The Comet of Ahnket threatens to devour Telara. Will you stand against it? Leap into a dangerous new world, created using lands torn from the Planes of Life and Fire, and achieve a new level of power.Read full description
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The Comet of Ahnket threatens to devour Telara. Will you stand against it? Leap into a dangerous new world, created using lands torn from the Planes of Life and Fire, and achieve a new level of power.
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Rift is a rather typical themepark MMORPG (aka WoW clone). You go through pretty linear zones, each of them has quests and monsters tailored for a specific level range. Once you hit max level (raised to 70 with this expansion), you start "a real game" - grinding raids and dungeons for high-quality gear. The good thing about this leveling content - it is actually quite interesting. Each zone has a number of interconnected locations, NPCs, you can explore hidden locations, learn a lot of lore, collect books and artifacts. The bad thing is that the game actively discourages from playing this content. You can get to max level much faster by ignoring story quests and grinding some repetitive activities instead. Also you get things like level boosts to skip all this content instantly. However, the game has a mentoring system, allowing you to reduce your effective level in order to complete previous content. So if you skipped some level ranges, you can come back later and replay them. Rift has an interesting class system. You choose your basic class when starting a new character and cannot change it. However most of your abilities are determined by souls (subclasses that provide both passive bonuses and active abilities). You can switch these souls pretty easily, therefore changing your game style and even roles (tank, damage dealer, healer). The game and its publisher Trion Worlds are getting a lot of bad reviews lately, and certainly there are problems. Still the game has many interesting and fun features. You can try the base game for free, although if you decide to play it - buying expansions is much recommended.
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