I think the most negative option of all is missing, “I almost left the game, I only come from time to time to see if they have fixed something, to kill time or as a curiosity, to see how it worsens and falls from grace”. Well, it wouldn’t be the most negative, as “IMC and their friends made me uninstall this thing” would be more appropriate.
Leaving that aside, which is what I would have voted for, and someone who tells you was here since the “preorder”. I don’t know what the exact moment was, but at “that” moment everything began to deteriorate; From an online RPG we went to a simulator of bots and goldsellers, from that to a “developers who don’t know what they do” and events with expired prizes, from the previous to a camouflaged P2W, from that to a portable Vegas casino with different tables and slot machines to enjoy like gambling sufferers …
Now, I don’t know what to think how to describe ToS, is it already a joke? A sad victim of overly greedy companies that don’t listen to their potential customers? They are the new updates that will come, they already undermine the little desire you could have to play this thing.
I still go in to play, but to kill time more than anything else (I don’t care about having the best equipment, the highest level, even less power or not making those monsters or participating in the PVP, if there is any; when you get to that part, ToS stops being RPG and becomes a casino full of a select group of platinum customers), and of course, I may sound idiotic, I try to extend the old game part by starting from scratch with a character (do not use exp bonuses, exp cards, avoid CMs, dailies and instances; do adventure missions, hidden quest, complete collections, explore, open treasures, etc.) to avoid reaching the “new” one.
Frankly, lately I enjoy my free time more with other entertainment. A game that does not entertain (and becomes a job, obligation or task) is not a game; I can say that ToS, at least for me, is ceasing to be.