Wildstar’s final two races revealed

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By on July 23, 2013 at 5:07 pm

Meet the Chua – cut little lemur like things – and the Mordesh – elvish folk with glowing eyes. These two races round out the eight on offer in Wildstar, Carbine’s upcoming MMO.

The Chua are inventors and fight for the Dominion, while the Mordesh have a nasty disease caused by messing about with alchemy and are arrayed on the opposite lines. now that we know that, we know almost everything except a) what the final two classes will be and b) how the heck it’s going to make any money.

Source: PCGamer

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Why do I have a crush on the red-neck? Seriously, a mother flipping red-neck!

I need to stop doing assignments and get out more…

 

The trailers are done so well. I wonder how disinterested I would be if they did a cg clip like most other MMO’s.

 

There is a CG trailer for this game, It was the first Trailer they ever did. Type in Wildstar cgi trailer into youtube and there you will find it :)
I have to say it is one of the coolest trailers and funny i have seen.
If they made this into a movie doing what they did with the trailer it would be awesome.

If you already knew this info then don’t worry about it :)

 
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Why have i not seen this before…? I think i need to put my work down and do a little bit of research.

 

Chua’s look like fury Asura (from GW2).. especially the ears.
NCSoft playing a role here?

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-NXdWk9sm8
The only CG trailer I could find, on the wildstaronline channel.

 

Cute little bunny race… not sure if want to be…

 
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