Recommended MMO 2P in July 2013
Aion is built with the first generation of CryEngine and the game has been available in the market since 2009. On late June, the game released another major content update called Dark Betrayal, known as Aion 4.0. The update expanded the game significantly with new level cap, new classes, new instances and much more.
Aion hasn't got a new class for a few years, and this time, you will get three new choices: Songweaver, Gunslinger, and a robotic class which will be released later. If new classes are the incentives for players who want to start over, the new level cap and new zones are something exciting for veteran Daevas. You will discover the plot the Balaur lord Beritra is up to, as you progress in the new lands of Katalam, Danaria, and Idian Depths. Like before, you will work with your guild members or other players to conquer the new instances such as Sauro Logistic Base, Ophidan Bridge, Kamar Battlefield and so on. You will not just kill monsters wave by wave in the instances this time, and instead, you can expect to see more complex mechanics and new gameplay modes.
There are tons of tiny but important changes in the new expansion. Some examples are: the teleporters now can take you to more lands which will save your traveling time, the UI's been improved, and Rangers no long need arrows to attack. If you don't mind a little bit of grinding, and if you don't think the graphics too out-of-date, Aion is the game you can try (or retry) this month.