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Not only does the MMORPG Grimlands have an interesting setting, it also has intuitive and innovative gameplay. Players take aim at their enemies with a variety of weapons, primarily firearms, from a classic shooter-game-style third-person perspective. Using a gunsight will make accurate shooting easier though aiming manually will increase the chances of causing more damage. Linear character development and inflexible class systems are a thing of the past in Grimlands. Skills are improved simply by using them. Grimlands is all about "learning by doing". Skills that aren't used often are forgotten after a while.
The southwest United States are waiting to be explored in highly-modifiable vehicles. The incredibly comprehensive crafting system plays a very important role in the overall gameplay. Clans can control cities and build up new islands of civilization in these. Arenas and battlegrounds set the stage for rough-and-tumble PvP combat.
Features:
- Dynamic gameworld that is changed by player actions
- Flexible skill system - skill are improved by using them, forgotten when not used
- Comprehensive crafting system with almost endless possibilities
- Quest system with single-player and group quests as well as area quests that take place in a specific region
- Intelligent enemies that run for cover, flee, hide or lure players into traps
- Cities that can be controlled by the player and expanded
- Highly-modifiable vehicles
- Clan system with ranks, clan levels, a calendar of events and a base
- Wide-ranging PvP features with duels, arenas and battlegrounds
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