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Hello fellow Minions,

I'm wondering what do you guys here play or plan to play in the future ?

Please don't tell me Fortnite or I'm going to make an heart attack, I can't handle the battle royale anymore :D

I'd rather "playing" a MMO or that kind of game where I can have fun writting third party tools for, I'm not much into FPS hacking as it's really boring to me.
Blade and Soul would be neat!
Bless online is coming out next month. I don't think it'll be a big success, but it's something to look at. I'll buy it and give it a try.
Elder Scrolls Online, It's been a while since the last mainline Elder Scrolls release and we're pretty sure it'll be a while until the next one so if you're a fan looking to breathe fresh life into Tamriel, Elder Scrolls Online is an excellent option.

Like Final Fantasy 14, this is a game that struggled initially. But since dropping its subscription fees for a buy-to-play model, perception has dramatically improved. Despite being one of the most modern and recent MMOs to hit the market, Elder Scrolls Online has really picked up traction, which is undoubtedly helped by being in a recognizable universe that many wish to return to. 

After the success of Morrowind, its next big chapter has been announced: Summerset Isles which will be released this coming June. Summerset Isles will let players visit this region of Tamriel for the first time since 1994 and will introduce all new characters, 30 hours of story and jewellery crafting. 
Here you'll find the traditional Elder Scrolls viewpoint and combat but it’s all neatly tied in with those traditional MMO features like looting, crafting systems and PvP and PvE missions.

Black Desert Online, Black Desert Online certainly isn't one of the more accessible games on this list, but it's one that you may find it worth investing some time into. As a Korean MMO it does place a heavy emphasis on grinding, but for anyone looking for deep and interesting profession and crafting systems it's a contender.

More than many other MMOs, this is one that will try to draw you into a second life. It also has one of the most robust character creation systems in the genre. This is a game that has something to engage with on big and small scales. Want to fish and farm? You can do that. But you can also take part in guild wars and sieges past a certain level. There are various systems and mechanics to engage with and connecting them together can be rewarding. But it's also time consuming and complicated. 
Don't expect a vast story here – this is very much a sandbox game where you craft your own story and adventure.

Last but not least Lord of the Rings Online, When it comes to fictional worlds perfect for MMO adaption, Tolkien's Middle-earth is certainly one of them. Sure, Frodo's adventure was thrilling but we all know we could have one equally as exciting if we had the chance.

You get to choose between being a Human, an Elf, a Dwarf or a Hobbit before you drop into Middle-earth and explore the locations you know and love with an intimacy that no other Lord of the Rings game has allowed. 

You can expect to find the usual World of Warcraft style of questing here, alongside crafting mechanics and the ability to purchase and set up a home. Overall, it's a pretty standard MMORPG in terms of mechanics, but its setting really helps it stand out. 
Though the game is free-to-play, there are expansions available for purchase which add to the game's story and introduce new items and mechanics. Even better for Tolkien fans: the storylines follow in line with the books.
Ascent: Infinite Realm is a big thing. Should be out by the end of the year. This game will require grind/gather/craft/nav system/duty/skill profiles...

Ark: Survival Evolved, even if it's a fps (well, most of people play it third person and see it as a mmo), has millions of players, and requires you to spend your time to gather and grind in order to do some pvp. With mmominion you should be able to only play the interesting part of the game, and let the bot/profiles do the crabbed stuff including navigation/gathering/crafting/building.
Elder Scrolls Online, the game has experienced massive improvements and its playerbase is very big right now, maybe its worth checking it out again. x.x
+1 Bless Online
+1 ESO (Quest Bot! However, with this amount of Quests, I doubt this gonna happen)


A:IR - I can organize you Access to every single Tests here, however the Game is in a Rework Phase, so Release not happen this Year.

BDO not gonna happen, I can promise you guys that :P / Hey @Juju :)
Still in development, Ashes Of Creation looks to be a beautiful game so far. I will definitely jump on that when it releases.
@Ehnoah you should talk to Fx since he was looking for the beta datas.
Black Desert Online +1
World of Warcraft +1
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