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Posted: Mar 5th 2008 12:45PM (Unverified) said

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Oh my goodness. Don't tease us. If CoD4 went MMO, I would be tied to my computer for days.

Posted: Mar 5th 2008 1:18PM (Unverified) said

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A modern ww2 online anyone?

Posted: Mar 5th 2008 1:55PM Steven Wong said

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That would be awful. Next would be a Battlefield MMO, and then there'd be no end to it. Everyone would be expected to pay a monthly fee for online play. Are people really itching that hard to pay a fee for something that's otherwise free? It's the bottled water mentality all over again...

And what stupid compromises would a CoD MMO have to make in order to fit an economy and loot system? You gonna use that pick axe to mine for oil in between bunker raids? Having a basic class and achievement system doesn't make an MMO.

Posted: Mar 6th 2008 3:24AM Calen said

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@Stephen

You know how you get kill points from killing and healing in Battlefield? Yeah? You could base a credit/money on top off that to buy merchandise aswell you know.

As for professions? Well, it's a large world. If it should level based? Hell, I dunno.

Ever tried LotrO monsterplay? I imagine it would be close to something like that. 1 level to keep track off, buy traits for points, buy some other traits with money. Can only use certain traits based on rank. I dunno, I see it working. Aslong as they keep it on one really really really big ass map, per "realm/server".

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