Fans of Conquer Online will want to check out the new announcement that Dawn of War will be arriving soon. DoW comes packed with new content and also addresses several areas of concern from players, most notably class balance.
The TQ team is caring and listening to the voices from the players in the community and determined to make the game more balanced, and bring more special features to each class with this new content-rich update. At this point, there is a great deal of veterans scrambling their way back and continuing their adventurous journey.
Helping out is actually pretty common in the Guild Wars 2 community.Â Sure, we have a good laugh but by helping out new players we may be helping create a great player.Â The best way to help a new player is to answer their questions, even if it reminds you of the noob you used to be.Â All it takes is a few moment to answer a question.Â Someoneâ€™s asking how to craft, give them some info.Â Someoneâ€™s asking where a certain NPC is, let them know.Â Donâ€™t just tell them to type in /dance, even though that response is very hilarious.Â Iâ€™ve even seen players take that advice.Â If you think it would help, send them over to the wiki pages.Â Anything is better than nothing.The gameplay is simple and to the point. One team fights against another in either team death match or â€œplant the bombâ€ game modes. As is usually the case with realistic first person shooters, head shots are near instant kills, whereas body and limb shots are significantly less lethal. Movement decreases the accuracy of the playerâ€™s weapon, as does sustained fire, which gives the combat a level of tactical nuance commonly found in modern shooters today. However, two things that I found to be curiously absent were weapon iron sights, as well as the ability to either sprint or bunny hop in any shape or form. With that aside, pretty much anything youâ€™d expect to see from a standard shooter, youâ€™ll see in 9mm Online.