RIFT game overview
RIFT game review
In 2011, Trion Worlds released a massive World of Warcraft clone called Rift. This client, MMORPG, owes its name to the plot on the fantasy planet Telara. Two international groups of Guardians and Apostates defend their world from dark creatures penetrating Telara through magical rifts between dimensions. The main threat was the formidable Destroyer, with the opposition to which all the threads of the cross-cutting plot are connected, which each race has its own. There are six races available for character selection - three for each faction. Factions differ in the choice of technologies: the Guardians have steampunk mechanisms, and the Renegades have magic.
Comparisons with "World of Warcraft" are not accidental - the game copies the mechanics, style, and even some cartoon graphics, even though the game is older and much more elaborate. Many new PvE components have been added, such as inter-regional rallying to fend off attacks from monsters from dimensional Rifts. Improvements have also been made to the combat system. Now, as experience is gained and the level grows, the skill tree branches out, and the choice of one combat type of character does not end with static pumping but provides many additional development options. Ammunition can also develop, the limit of which is the three hundredth level. In principle, the game is very decent. On behalf of the site MMOTOP.ORG, we recommend it to fans of the genre looking for some variety, exciting quests, thoughtful gameplay, and excellent visualization.