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WildStar infuses amazing stylized art with the latest technology to create a stunning visual experience
Wildstar was Developed by an MMO supergroup of sorts, with ex-Blizzard and Mythic folk staffing its highly experienced team, it aims to make this oddly static genre fresh again.

It’s an MMORPG. Other games of late have almost shied from the title, but Wildstar makes no bones about what it is, how concerted an effort it is to appeal to a particular sort of gamer. I can respect that: at least it’s not pretending to be something other than it is, unlike some of its recent peers.



If you've had about as much as you can take from elves, orcs and formulaic combat, WildStar might just be the MMO (massively multiplayer game) for you. Carbine Studios' science fiction epic aims to revitalise a saturated genre by providing both genre veterans and newcomers with a unique world to explore and shaking up tried and tested mechanics.

WildStar infuses amazing stylized art with the latest technology to create a stunning visual experience. Set on a wondrous alien world, WildStar delivers a wild and mysterious adventure among the ruins of an advanced civilization - allowing you to play the way you want to play while experiencing an unprecedented level of exploration and discovery!

The game has much in common with Blizzard's fantasy behemoth, sporting a similar artistic style and gameplay structure throughout, yet there's enough creativity on display to set it apart. WildStar whisks us away to the planet Nexus, a vast alien world populated by quirky flora and fauna that plays host to a conflict between two warring factions - the Exiles and the Dominion.