cause quake champions is a bad game riddled with issues. eve online seems alot better in that way, relatively.
Yeah but other similar games aren't nearly as popular as QC either. Nu Unreal Tournament is dead and abandoned, reflex has nobody playing it, all the different games based no the Quake and Quake II engines don't really have much of a player base either. Quake Live is doing well enough, but still just about as good as QC in terms of number of players. Can't say EVE Online is without its issues either, tho it doesn't feel like CCP is walking around in circles, or taking two steps back with every step forward.
I basically grew up playing Guild Wars, and it makes me very happy to see it get updates still. I log in every once in a while, usually while I'm drunk, and occasionally find some people I used to play with.
Other than that though, I play WoW whenever a new expansion comes out for a month or two. FFXIV is fantastic, but I just can't find the time to dive in like I used to.
>>564>I basically grew up playing Guild Wars, and it makes me very happy to see it get updates still.
No shit, really? That blows my mind almost as much as learning Worms Armageddon was still receiving patches 14 years after release.
Yeah! That was my reaction too. They're pretty substantial updates too; better graphics rendering, more efficient CPU usage. Apparently two devs are keeping it alive.
Damn, I remember jumping on the train ride back in 2013 when osrs released. Got to level 50 in like a day, but eventually I just lost the fire to play again. Haven't played at all since then. I guess it's also due to no friends
I play ESO mostly. It is a bit more casual than other MMOs like WoW, which is a good thing for me as I am only able to play for a couple of hours every few days due to work and study stuff.
Little update. I ended up purchasing ESO Morrowind edition since it was only $10 and then find out my laptop doesn't support DX11 features, so I essentially made a donation to Zenimax. Big oof.