Congrats everyone else on the win.
@crypex welcome aboard I hope that will be not a gankbox like albion.
Every single reply I see you type is you calling Albion a "gankbox"... you seem really, really hurt over being ganked in a open world MMO that has its main focus on PvP.
@finland I think I can speak for many of my EoS men on this subject so lets start;
Game launched with horrid server performance, so bad that we couldn't even do a 20vs20 open world with major lag and rubberbanding and crashes.
The dev's failed to listen to the core community, the guys that supported them from alpha stages and believed what was said to them by the dev's and the road map, then to be stabbed in the back and the dev's switched to a more "carebear" game style.
The game lacked fun PvE, running around the same dungeon for hours and hours without nothing new and maybe a rare boss once in-a-while is not fun at all and the grind was real.
Guild support was non-existence even though certain things were asked for from beta 1 (chest management for resources, tracking of members, etc).
Updates taking months to come into the game, bugs not being fixed for months and some even years on-end.
The list goes on, overall AO was fun but failed itself because of the dev's... hence why it went from 140,000 players online down to 25,000 in under 4 months after launch.
Punishment for PvP is shameful in any Sandbox... if anything restrict the area PvP is allowed (like Oldschool RuneScape in the Wilderness) and have no punishment, full loot PvP and maybe grow from there if it isn't already set-in-stone for how PvP works?
I've played Albion Online for years and love the open world roaming and being able to kill people for their loot in Black Zones with no punishment because the people there know it's Risk vs Reward since the resources are a lot better, silver and fame is better, but they risk dying to players.
I hope this game doesn't fail when it comes to PvP as a lot of people have been looking for the next MMO Full Loot PvP game to play as Albion failed so many of us.