The second half of an interview with a 'Friends & Family' WildStar tester has been posted on the official site. Questions were submitted by fans of the upcoming game from Carbine Studios a month or so ago. Topics this time include whether or not the player 'rushed' through the game and what he/she feels sets WildStar apart from other MMOs.
What separates WildStar from other MMO offerings? Mechanics? Content? Overall gameplay?
WildStar has broken the mold on race/class stat stove-piping. What I mean is that every Warrior will not necessarily be hunting the same piece of gear, it depends on the abilities you want to use, what role you want to fill and how you have allocated your stat points.
Almost every ability available to your class will have two stats that affect it. So the more points you have in that stat, the more effective that particular ability is when used and thus the more you want on your gear. While Strength and Technology may be the main stat most warriors take, some may wish to buff Magic-dependent abilities and use them instead, as an example
Read the full interview on the WildStar site.