For this week's Community Uplink over on Twitter, Carbine Studios are raising the question of game lore. Specifically, do we want to know it in advance, or do we prefer to discover it through gameplay? Let us know what you think here, or click Read more to join the twitter conversation in progress!
This week for WildStar Wednesday, we have a little surprise. As announced last week, Carbine are answering questions posed to the Economics Team from the community. What they "neglected" to mention however is that the Q&A is being hosted right here on WildStar Central!
Yes, you read that right - we have the definitive article right here.
So, without further ado let's break into our first batch of Economics questions and answers!
Q: To how big of an extent will player crafting be? Are we looking at top-tier, player-only-made items? Or will certain drops always be "better" than things the player can make?
A: With our item modification system, each piece of gear ends up being...
For those who may have been unaware, this weekend just gone was one of Europe's biggest annual gaming conventions - gamescom 2012 in Cologne, Germany. While Carbine Studios were not out in force at gamescom 2012 like they were at gamescom 2011, they were showing previews to the gaming press.
While WildStar Central was not there this year, we do have a roundup of the best coverage from across the internet for your personal delight and delectation! So without further ado...
Economy makes the world go 'round! At least that's what P. T. Rotostar tells me and I'm sure he wouldn't lie about something so serious as this. No, that doesn't mean we're reunited with Phineas this week, but we do get to learn a bit about what exactly Jeremy Wood and his Economy Team does! Whether it's obtaining items, or even customizing your gear, it's very likely they had something to do with it!
This week, Carbine Studios have decided to pose the question of tradeskills to the community. What are your best and worst experiences with them in other games? Click on "Read more" to join in the discussion that has just started now over on Twitter.