I like this direction they are going in, giving us more of a choice instead of just tagging along. But considering this is an MMO, I'm not sure that at the end of the day our choices will matter much. We shall see. :)
Which one of these is Alliance player choice?
I wish to keep the Gift of N'zoth.
i just want gear my alts
It's definitely interesting approach. I'm eager to see how this idea will turn out!
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I'm glad I get to keep the gift of N'zoth. The Old Gods will be good for the entire planet. They will save us from the war and the Autobot complex of the alliance leader!
Like gating half the story behind factions (Horde and Alliance have no idea what's happening on each other's island. You MUST play alts to get the full story), this is yet another way for Blizzard to increase MAU; want to experience the full story for YOUR OWN FACTION? Play alts and pick option 2.
I'll be going with Baine on this, as I've never been a fan of Sylvanas, Forsaken nor elves, but rather been a fan of the Trolls, tauren and orcs.I'm curious how it'll all end towards the end of the expansion.
Didn't we see the datamines where Baine confesses his guilt already?This makes these choices so inconsequential and merely an illusion to make you feel like your choice matters but it really doesn't at all. I feel like this just works as trust meter for Sylvannas in which we will possibly see a different cutscene by the end of the expansion. This would be great, if the choices you made changed the course of the "entire" story up to that point, but it won't, instead they come across as "Give us your sub money for two years so you can finally see what your choices led to". If player choice is a big thing of BfA, then I fear for the little things.
Imagine thinking any of the choices matter and will change the outcome of the story.