After years of development, Warhammer Online finally hit the market. It has been a long and painful wait for fans of the Warhammer Fantasy setting but initial feedback has been very positive.
The Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) version of the tabletop war game has all the elements that can keep players interested. It was designed to give players several choices in which their characters can advance. You can also buy high-quality paints online to paint these characters with the help of citadel contrast paint.
There are public quests, people compared to the (PvP) contests, and open-world territorial control. This should keep players busy for days, weeks, or even months until new content is introduced. It is no longer surprising if players find the game grind because it takes a lot of time to level a character.
This is something that is inherent in all MMORPGs. Because the game world continuously, leveling a character follows the condition that certain requirements must meet. As long as the content continues to be interesting, the grind will not burn the player base.
One major objective of the game is to level a character in order to get to a higher level of quest or content. With leveling comes the need for gold. Just like any other MMORPG, Warhammer Online has an economy.
Gold is the main means of exchange. Players sell their goods in exchange for gold pieces or better gear. The problem is that gold does not grow on trees. You have to work hard for your gold; as in real life.