I Know This Will Curse Me But…

I Know This Will Curse Me But…

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Actually, scratch that. I know that I’m seeing definitive progress, with a caveat. It seems that Allods Team has found a sweet, sweet formula to get me to pony up for premium service. See, every player starts out in the most standard way, learning the ropes, doing nothing that you wouldn’t expect to be allowed to do in a free to play title. Then suddenly, BAM! they grant you a free three day pass to their premium membership. Premium membership in Skyforge increases the amount of progress you see as you play. It’s very clear that once your free-mium access runs out, though, you’ll be progressing at a significantly slower pace. The currency drops will be reduced. You’ll be earning less overall, and at the end of each mission, they tell you how much you could have earned if you were a premium player.

Well played, Skyforge. My free-mium status ends today, actually, and I’m already getting nervous. What will my progress look like without premium status? Will it be arrested to impossible-to-stand levels, as many people claim that it has been for them without premium access? Being progression-oriented, that would be like a literal door being slammed in my face. A steel door. Maybe the door to a safe. Like a bank safe, not one of those small ones hidden behind a painting. One that would hurt real bad.

My next step, then, is to decide which level of premium to go with. The per diem 3 pack is a good deal for a weekend, but I do play during the week. If I were to play every day, then I’d like something more robust. I might consider the $14 starter pack, although since I’m writing the game this love letter, why not go nuts with the $60 CE with all the currencies and all the two new classes and all the moah mount and all the two months of unadulterated premium access?

The only concern in my mind, I guess, is “what then”? Maybe I can get two solid months of play out of this game. periactin kopen online Heart of Thorns is coming out. And Sword Coast Legends as well. And stuff on consoles as well. There’ll be claims on my time from other corners. I think maybe two months might be a good amount of time. Then I could evaluate where I am and decide if I want to run with ad-hoc Argent purchases, or just see if non-premium is as bad as it sounds.