The rough 2020 year has officially passed, and here comes the annual summary, and do you know which game is the best ongoing Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game? That’s Final Fantasy XIV? Why does this game win award? You’ll understand that by check out this post.
According to the latest information, one of the most popular game platforms PC GAMER has held a ceremony and a lot of influential games received award(s) in this year. And what I’d like to talk about is PC Gamer’s Best Ongoing Game of 2020, this award went to an older game that offered up the best updates and support throughout the whole year, and yes, just as you guess, goes to Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIV. We will be updating our Game Of The Year (GOTY) 2020 hub with new awards and a lot of personal picks throughout January.
The very first one is: Jonathan Dennis
How should I comment on this game, it’s like…Final Fantasy 14 represents one of the strangest time of my life. I don’t care for mainline Final Fantasy games, moreover, I even do not like to collect massive Final Fantasy XIV Gil like most players do. And I don’t usually play Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games, and yet I played the pre-condensed A Realm Reborn all the way through the end of Shadowbringers in just two months. Quite crazy, huh? Even I surprised myself. At first, it was compulsive play, something to do in a depressive bout. However, all the time Final Fantasy 14 spends up front to lay out its cliched fantasy world is in service of shredding it to pieces shortly after.
I have to say that FF14’s story is as subversive, surreal, and heart wrenching as videogame storytelling gets, and the best expansion by a mile is part of the free package right now. When it comes to Heavensward, and I have to say that is a bleak real world analogy where two warring nations, one of which contains ancient all-powerful dragons, interrogate their all shared history to figure out where their hatred for one another first took root. And characters, in this game are driven by dogma without foundation, those epic journeys end in intentionally empty denouements, and about characters are plagued by sorrow and sheer exhaustion more often than just convoluted twists and betrayals. And once’s its’s totally finished, then there are two quite are quite excellent expansions that follow. As a matter of fact, I play Final Fantasy 14 strictly for the story and of course, the game supports it. I’ll pay the action-bar tax, no problem.
The second one is: Phillip Sanderson
After several years of considering “Maybe I should really try Final Fantasy XIV out,” it was the 5.3 patch that convinced me to eventually take the plunge. I am still muddling my way through the newly truncated vanilla campaign, which means, I have to admit, I still have not experienced the story at its best. I am still watching it build its—just as james says it—this is a cliched fantasy world, and still waiting for that crap to get real.
Though, until then, I am still having a great time of levelling. And as you can see that 5.3 patch has already done its job. Even though the vanilla sidequest design is incredibly basic, just a fancy killing X number of a thing? However, the rebalanced progression means that you can skip all of it and concetrate in on the more crucial, and more entertaining, stuff. Before long, I was being pushed towards dungeons and then impressive boss fights against Final Fantasy 14’s classic summons. From a lot of methods, I have to say that Final Fantasy XIV is a traditional MMO, but already the direction, style and flair wring extra drama and spectacle out of proceedings. Anyway I just can ntot to see where it goes from here.
The third one is: Stieve Mann
My view about Final Fantasy XIV is this game is the most consistently excellent MMO I have ever played. I started back in 2015, with the re-release, and I feel so relieved that FFXIV Gil system is still completely kept, and have already consistently played for five years. What keeps me coming back is not just the beautiful locations and the memorable boss fights. It’s that Final Fantasy 14 tells an emotionally and attractive story that just keeps raising the stakes. Let me give you a for instance, the latest expansion of Final Fantasy XIV, Shadowbringers, brings gamers to an interdimensional journey to a parallel universe while somehow also keeping a tight concentrate on the characters that I’ve come to love over these past 5 years.
As you can see, what makes 2020’s best ongoing game is down to how scientific Square Enix is with updates. While other MMOs have big ups and downs, truth to be told, you ahouls know that Final Fantasy 14’s expansions and updates are always on an upward trail, this game has added more new dungeons, some satisfying endgame activities like raids, and a hearty helping of episodic story tasks. We have to face the fact that even though coronavirus delayed it, the 5.3 patch was atill worth the wait. Because, you should aware that this game offered a surprisingly emotional climax to the main Shadowbringers story as the narrative shifted to begin laying the foundations for this year’s expansion. Anyway I love this game, and I love how Square Enix has created such a wholesome and positive relationship with its fatiful fans.