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E3 2011: New Warhammer 40k: Dark Millennium Online Trailer Revealed

Posted Tue, Jun 07, 2011 by Martuk

Warhammer 40k: Dark Millennium Online has been an MMOG of scarce information, but E3 has yielded a new trailer of Vigil's upcoming MMOG. While the trailer has been edited for a bit of stylish flare, you can still make out some interesting looking gameplay and one really big gun.

The video has a runtime of about 47 seconds and offers a brief glimpse at some of the gameplay. In any case, it makes for a good (all be it brief) peek into the Warhammer 40k: Dark Millennium Online universe. Check out the full E3 trailer after the break.

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Looks like fun!

No, WoW does not need all of the income for just seervr maintenance. Instead, the majority of the costs go to the development of the new expansions and content, all of which take enormous amounts of development time and manpower.Not only that, the seervrs need to be heavy duty due to large scale pvp, so the costs are going to be much higher than GW or GW2 most likely. Finally, micro-transactions are mainly frowned upon by the larger mmo community as being economically unfair due to large discrepancies in income. Thus, one man who has more disposable income than the other will have an advantage for no reason other than he earns more. I wont complain if they somehow make DMO free to play. Hell, I'd applaud that. But, realistically, I just dont see it happening.

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