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Matt Firor has spent twenty years in the game industry thinking about and creating online games. Once a leading voice at Mythic Entertainment and a producer on the beloved MMO Dark Age of Camelot, Firor left that studio and began the monumental task of taking The Elder Scrolls series online. With Oblivion as a rough starting point, there were years of head-scratching and team-building. Check out the video below to learn how the game began, Bethesda Game Studio's and Todd Howard's involvement, and how the team is attempting to the make the MMO a comfortable transition for fans of the series.
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I hope this is good. WoW is just kinda uninteresting these days and ToR started strong but just kinda dragged... If they can capture the Elder Scrolls feel and merge the styles right, it would be nice to have a kickass MMO to tool around with again.
Dude, if they pull this off it will be AWESOME!!!
The other players will feel like citizens of the game right up to the point where they try to screw you over or type the most profane things imaginable. If there is one thing that is guaranteed in MMOs, its that people will generally ruin different aspects of the game for others.
The interface of an MMO was always offputting for me, too much to learn in what little valuable time I already have, but if this MMO makes it simpler, more streamlined, I might be interested.