Destiny 2, the sequel to Bungie's PS4 exclusive MMO/FPS drops tomorrow (Oct 23rd) on PC, so it may already be out by the time you see this post. The game is available for purchase through Battle.net, and can be bought with WoW gold by turning it into transferable currency. A number of us have already pre-purchased, so we'll be checking it out on launch (maybe 10 or so I know of?). I've setup a clan, so if you want to join in let me know your Bungie ID once you connect to Battle.net.
If you don't know much about the game, your best bet is to check the website or watch some YouTube videos, but it's basically MMO Halo. The game has been out on PS4 for a couple months now, and the verdict seems to be that the gameplay is fun, the visuals/sound are obviously good, but the endgame longevity is lacking. Bearing that in mind, if you have yet to make a purchase decision on the game, make sure you taper your expectations. On launch there won't be enough content to sustain 6 hrs/night of play for 6 months. Having said that, they've already announced the next content seasons and changes coming, so as long as you view it as a fun excursion to drop into for a change of pace, drop when you're bored and come back later, you'll enjoy it. If you expect it to fill the "second job MMO" hole in your heart, you'll probably be disappointed, at least for now.
If you do decide to pick up the game and give it a whirl, make sure to swing by the TS, we'll likely see an uptick in activity while everyone's playing it on launch for a few months.
Legion has been out for over a year now, time flies. A good number of us started playing the game in mid-August 2016, which means that it's actually the game we've played the longest since LOTRO, and if it lasts until next April in some capacity it'd be tied. While interest has steadily been declining throughout the expansion as the replayable aspects become worn out and the raids get completed, the game has been solid overall for us. To recap, we've gone through several raids now, starting in Emerald Nightmare, lulling our way through Trial of Valor, recouping for The Nighthold, and recently diving into the Tomb of Sargeras.
Patch 7.3.5 will be coming out soon and will be the last patch of the Legion expansion, bringing with it the Antorus raid and a few other system changes. Those of us who've stuck with the game to this point will be finishing out the last raid tier when it drops and seeing the conclusion of the all-important story, since we raid for the plot. Those of you who may have fallen off the WoW train at some point are welcome to hop back on, catchup mechanics are more pervasive than they've ever been with quick legendaries, automatic maximum artifact knowledge, and lots of ways to get up to speed in gear. Right now we're mostly playing on Tuesday for raid or M+, with a few people playing more regularly, but just let us know you're returning and we can help you get caught up.
What about the future of WoW after Antorus? It's assumed that Blizzard is going to announce the next expansion at Blizzcon in early November, with a launch date sometime in the first half of next year. Currently there's still minimal signs of release certainty in 2018 from any of the outsider MMOs we're following (Crowfall, Camelot, Pantheon, Elyria, etc) so there's no ability to plan around which of those will drop and when just yet. Depending on what the next WoW expansion entails it may be the best bet for those looking to hang out and MMO it up heading into next year.
In the meanwhile, if Destiny 2 doesn't have legs, there may be other non-MMO games we can coordinate, so feel free to post on the forums if you're interested in grouping in some other game like Fortnite, Battlefront 2, etc.