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    Reportedly the sex locked classes will be changed to allow for shifting genders on release (such as enjoying a female warrior or man healer) but at the build I tried that was not possible. I normally play paladin-type characters so I picked warrior--mercifully that the character creator is superb. Without a doubt it has got one of the very best, most detailed, and visually impressive character development systems of any MMO (or game, period) which I have tried because Black Cove Online.

    The organization behind Astellia's western release (Barunson Entertainment) have emphasized the match's English version won't be pay-to-win. Specifically, with regards to Astellia's negative reputation surrounding its own predatory cash store which enables players to buy powerful items to directly improve their personalities, the programmer has stated those things will be removed from the Western version entirely.

    In the long run I don't fully understand that the target audience is with Astellia. Fans of traditional tab-targeting combat are likely better off just doubling down and playing Final Fantasy XIV or even World of Warcraft and lovers of more fast-paced combat should probably just play Guild Wars 2 or Elder Scrolls Online. And if you would like something instead, go play Tera. In reality, Astellia really looks sometimes like it was created using heavy chunks of the very same resources in Tera already--but I might be wrong there.

    I have just spent a few days and a handful of hours using Astellia these Astellia Online Asper impressions are just based on the opening hours which is far from the strongest way of judging an MMO, but it did not do a whole lot to convince me that it's more than just another generic Korean MMORPG with a marginally creepy young woman collecting meta-game. Astellia will launch in September of this year on PC. If you're interested, you'll find a handful of distinct pre-order packages on the official website right now. A beta exam is going to be declared with broader access for those interested.


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