New MMO that's grabbed my attention from MMOexpshop's blog

Astellia makes a good impression, played very smoothly and nearly smoothly for North American servers along with a beta evaluation with Astellia Online Asper. Highlights are certainly the character editor, the Astels, the early mount and also the story that has a fantastic ride, at least in the start. Comparatively cold let me have the graphics along with the quests. I believe both too neat, but not overly positive. I also have mixed feelings from the battle system. Even though this is not bad and has some lively elements too, Guild Wars 2 and Black Desert Online both convince me in this regard. However, if you don't want to keep moving and leap from A to B, then you may feel well in Astellia.

Regarding Itemshop and possible Pay2Win we learn more from the second Closed Beta. This has announced Astellia. All in all, Astellia looks solid and meets all of the features. Astellia's objective is to orientate itself towards more theme park MMOs, which involves quests that are very monotonous. Even if Questmobs as well as the combat system claws Astellia recalls worth that are old, if not automatically favorable. If you can cut corners in these areas and enjoy the design , then you may have fun with Astellia.

It has been years since I've lost interest in MMOs, but I have been waiting to get a new MMO that's grabbed my attention. I feel that lately I've been captured by a little bit of nostalgia in the previous days where I played in Aion, just for this reason the desire to throw back an eye to the East has been reborn within me. And it is precisely for this reason that I wanted to test Astellia Online through the last closed beta.

Contrary to other closed beta, however, that of Astellia Online can be said to be a step farther, in fact the game has already been launched in Asia and is therefore devoid of all of the bugs with cheap Astellia Online Asper generally within the closed beta. Hence the evaluation was carried out to test all of the gaming systems, and that is exactly what we're going to see.

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