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Ultima Online Forum » Britannia Tavern (General) » Too late for a brand new player?

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  neil_black

Apprentice Member

Joined: 4/25/08
Posts: 9

 
OP  11/12/10 12:39:52 PM#1

Hi All,


I've been following UO on and off since launch but never taken the plunge and played.

I used to play Asherons Call back in the day and was completely hooked. But with the lack of population the world feels dead now. I tried Vanguard and that had the same problem.

WoW and all the clones out there are ok games, but I don’t think they are truly MMORPGS, the words seem small and I hate instancing... I want a large seamless world to explore.

So my questions are:

Is it still possible for a brand new playing pick up and get into UO?

Does the world still feel like a living world? Or is it dead like so many others (I don’t think that is the case for UO).


Thanks All!

Neil.
 

  obii

Apprentice Member

Joined: 7/17/04
Posts: 781

11/14/10 11:18:08 AM#2

Depends, most UO shards are pretty empty these days too.

Atlantic is the exception. Make a trial account and check it out?

There are some UO freeshards around with decent population and one just has opened.

  Sordal

Novice Member

Joined: 5/25/10
Posts: 23

11/14/10 11:26:27 AM#3

I would recomend trying so free shards, mainly cause they generaly play with older versions of UO, which i perfer.

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  Swafdawg23

Apprentice Member

Joined: 1/25/05
Posts: 372

11/18/10 6:06:07 PM#4

try some of the popular free servers

gamertag - Swaffle House