A few weeks back, I was reading through this sub and came across a few posts on limsa afkers. I decided to go over and take a look as WOW TBC Gold when you reach level 61, the og cities begin to be less and less visible in the story.
Then I decided to stop to see if the place was as famous as the articles claimed. My jaw fell and my frames immediately fell. Limsa is the only place I've seen my frames do not fall below 120. I also forgot how close to the market that Limsas had so I have it as a place to do all my shopping. I'll take a break between runs just relaxing and listening to the music or chatting about stupid shit that's happening nowadays.
There are gamers who wish to escape from limsa because they do not like wading through crowds of people to get to the markets however, I think it's worth it. Since switching, I've found myself in the middle of something and stopped due to "omg this song is my!"
ESO was the reason I switched to ffxiv. ESO is very ugly, and I wouldn't recommend it. every area in that game looks the same. There were also issues with microtransactions being shoved into your face. Also, the "make your own class" thing.
I've played both a bit and have to suggest ffxiv over Eso. Eso just feels. I'm guessing empty. I couldn't keep my interest however ffxiv does have a lot of energy, as the op said. Esos combat is quite brutal. Imagine Skyrim with a 3 second server delay after each attack. That's eso.
I've played both quite lot and can suggest ffxiv over Eso. Eso is just. Empty idk. While it wasn't able to grab my attention, FXIV has so much to offer. Esos combat is kinda ugly. Imagine if skyrim had a 3 seconds server slowing down every attack. This is eso.
The action combat is fast paced and enjoyable, active taunts, blocks, or dodges are enjoyable, but since skills don't have a cooldown the game becomes a chaotic mash-up. Certain classes make use of the same skill 13 times in a row.
The company doesn't value the time you spend as a player , like FFXIV does. You'll also spend the same time managing your bank account and inventory even without an upgrade to a premium subscription (same cost like FFXIV). Every new dungeon has to be purchased (unless you're a premium member) and in addition, they include annual expansions that offer limited information... It's like I'm talking about buy WOW TBC Classic Gold a brand new raid as well as a brand new zone worth of story for $30.