We're getting into the spring launch season, what with Age of Wushu
, and Neverwinter
(not to mention expansions and whatnot). It's an exciting time of year, kind of the groundhog coming out of his digital hole to break the cold dry spell of winter.
As with any launch, there's usually the question of early access
and how much you're willing to jump through hoops to get in a couple days before the rest of the crowd. As a player who's done anything he can to get in there on the pre-launch day, I can attest that it's pretty important for me. I like knowing I'm in there right at the start, that I can reserve my names, and that I don't have to twiddle my thumbs while knowing that other players are enjoying the game.
But that's just me. What about you? Are head starts
worth the extra effort and money to join? Do those extra few days matter in any significant way?
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