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Xsyon: Prelude
 
 
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Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Multi-player
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Xsyon PvE Server Launched!
Xsyon Gets the Greenlight!
Description
Release date: Released
Xsyon is a unique apocalyptic fantasy sandbox MMORPG that focuses around its community.

Xsyon is an entirely player driven online game set in a living and evolving environment. Players create their own realities as they form tribes, construct towns, shape landscapes, create quests, hunt, gather, form societies and develop a New World

Please visit www.xsyon.com for more information and to join us in creating a new world!

Sign up and Play Free today at https://www.xsyon.com/myaccount/signup.php
Popular Discussions View All (8)
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Aug 3, 2014 @ 5:34pm
Someone Liked this game?
Ródj
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Jul 18, 2013 @ 2:17pm
Glad to see it here.
MrDDT
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Jan 6 @ 6:28pm
Limits for F2P users
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osmio1 Sep 2 @ 5:44pm 
anyone else unable to access Xsyon website?
RosenVitae Oct 22, 2014 @ 3:35am 
I've played for almost 2 years (with breaks).

Xsyon is a charming survival sandbox and definitely worth a gander, especially since you can experience alot of the game as a f2p (free to play). Character progression depends on alot of grinding, so grindaholics will find this game more rewarding than others. While Xsyon is not very intuitive when it comes to figuring out how to do things, I rarely see questions unanswered in global chat.

In a nutshell, I find this game lacking. I've spend alot of time grinding many stats and skills to 100.0 (to supply myself the best of the best). With a scarce active community and a low ratio of new players sticking around for long, the majority content themselves with self sufficiency when it comes to crafted goods (most trade comes when looking for specific scavenged recipes to craft tools and buildings). As such, I never found any ground for worthwhile trading. This also means that item value is a vague thing at best.
RockSteady Sep 27, 2014 @ 5:53pm 
STRONGLY DO NOT RECOMMEND YOU INVEST ANY MONEY INTO THIS GAME.

Extremely low population and lack of development. It had 1 "major" update in 3 years which was a 30mb "Farming and Cooking" update which is a little more than basic inventory icons added to a pre-existing formula. They have raised the subscription price to fleace as much money from Steam as possible once it's release here, before it's seen to be a flop.

Stay away and invest your money into something newer, with more content and a responsive/active development team... because they are things this game doesn't have.
Amsterdam Jun 14, 2014 @ 9:40am 
Тут что можно грабить корованы?
Sefer Mr. MeeSeeks Jun 3, 2014 @ 9:41pm 
PART 3
either, because that is a minor population, that is your current population. Look at what many of us players are posting. The fact is, pay 2 play is basically dead... Its really just a quick cash grab for new, polished corporately backed games to rake in some quick cash, before going free2play. they DO NOT have aspirations of keeping on to pay to play...they suspect it to fail, they plan on it. Its merely a way to earn quick cash for overlyhyped games. Hype it up enough, and ppl will throw money at you. But when that hype dies down...BOOM free 2 play, which works smoothly for them, because they had already planned on this happening. They were prepared. The free version was likely already made at the time the pay to play opened up. The future is micro shops, cosmetics (if you have good graphics in your game.) advantages, and subscription based benefits such as exp, gold, more inventory space, etc. Good luck, and hope things work out well for you.
Sefer Mr. MeeSeeks Jun 3, 2014 @ 9:40pm 
PART 2
made out of money from family guy online mmo.) Let me give you a few bullet points to think on:
1. People like benefits. Especially those who like to feel superior to others.
2. People like supporting their favorite games... Especially when they get something out of it.
3. "I,ll quit if its pay to win" is a lie. See this video: http://www.slideshare.net/bcousins/paying-to-win from ben cousins who implemented pay to win on battlefield heroes. (They were hired to make free2play profitable and successful at the same time.)
4. Ghost Towns KILL games. Period. That is why most p2p games go free2play, they need popluation. No one wants to make a mmo that has no one in it. Or to encounter the same freaking people every time because theres only 66 people in your world.
I do hope you read this Mr. Davis, as this game looks like it can really go places.. Really unique, but you need to take a step back, and look at your game from the standpoint as a player. Not a hardcore fanboy player
Sefer Mr. MeeSeeks Jun 3, 2014 @ 9:38pm 
PART 1.
Game looks amazing, but I don't think it will do too well due to population. Judging by the restrictions I have read, this game won't really gain anything from steam... Infact, it may get a damaged reputation even. Players are going to see the videos, get on, and then start a massive rant about "omg this game is crap, cash grab! cash grab!, 'glorified demo', 'steam lies to us again', that kind of garbage: Why is this damaging? Simple. If the developer DOES choose to change the way free2play goes about for his game, it will be too late. All we will remember is the terrible taste it left in our mouth, and much like the hot stove scenerio, we won't try to touch it again. You need players, badly, but you don't seem to understand the allure of "benefits" or "advantages"... Most games use this system now. They allow free players to experience the full extent of the game, but offer those with cash benefits that make them feel like their wearing suits of gold (or quite literally a hat
Yasuka May 22, 2014 @ 3:01pm 
Personal opinion from a old Sub player.
Too much limitations when free 2 play.
That ok to give bonus when you pay for a Sub. But dont block free players or they will just leave after reached max level in skills in 1-3 days.
If players feel they are limiteless versus Sub players they will never stay and in conclusion less chance that they want to Sub too improve gameplay experience and in conclusion your populations will never grow.
Zerykk Apr 8, 2014 @ 9:25am 
The population would grow I think if they weren't limiting free characters so much. I wouldn't mind if the restrictions werent skill and level based, like if you can't create houses and factions if you don't upgrade, and then add in some free monthly in game money or something for subscribers. Just saying that there are many ways that you can make money from the game, without making the limitations on skills that drives a lot of people away.
Shadow4869 Mar 27, 2014 @ 9:28pm 
I am holding off untill the game is fully on steam, to play again as the population is too small for me atm. But this is definately a game to check out, even if you are just using this to wait for other games, like the Repopulation:P
I hope my information was helpfull, and have a great time everyone!