Tenton Hammer has an interesting series of interviews with Jermy Gaffneys of Carbine Studios about their upcoming stylish MMORPG Hit Wildstar. He goes into detail about how they reward a player for playing good and gives an excellent example how the layer system works in the starting zone.
Wildstar just posted this amazing Aurin Esper Costume from Pax, isn’t she cute? Fluffy Bunny Babe! 😀 See the full picture below 😀
If you have seen the live coverage from Gamescom, you probbaly have seen most of the Human Starter Zone already. At least you think you did, but there is actually much more to see and with additional developer comments a must see for fans. The first video is presented by Chad Moore and he shows the cute Aurin Esper, the Area behind the Weather Control Tower and the first Instance, inclusive the Zone Boss. Jeremy Gaffneys talks about Carbine philosophy first and then later about the layer system in detail.
Now that the Gamescom 2011 in Cologne has officially come to an end NC Soft & Carbine Studios had time to catch up on some footage you may have missed before. The first video you should take a look at is a walkthrough the levelzone 3-6 and 6-11 led by Jeremy Gaffneys, the executive producer of Carbine Studios.
One of the new Features in Wildstar are Player Paths. Seems there is a little confusion on how these Paths work and I will try to explain it a bit more in detail. At gamescom we have seen 2 of the 4 paths, Explorer and the Soldier. Scientist and Settler are still in development. What are the paths for?
Carbine Studios have revealed the project they have been working on, in secret, for the past 5 years. It is called Wildstar and its offical Homepage is here: http://www.wildstar-online.com don’t just jump away yet, below is a brief glance at information, screenshots and a Gameplay Video gathered from various sites for you.
From now on “Carbine Studios” is a name you are going to hear a lot. Don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard the name before, in fact they have been working in secret and shared only little pieces of their unnamed project. Next week at gamescom Carbine Studio is going to reveal details about their upcoming MMORPG. They were involved with many amazing games in the past, e.g. World of Warcraft, Asheron’s Call, Everquest, Warhammer Online, City of Heroes, Diablo II, StarCraft and single player games like Fallout, Stonekeep and Baldur’s Gate.