When it comes to sandbox MMORPGs, one feature that completes the immersion is the changing weather. True, some themepark MMORPGs have a weather system but it ends there.
A feature that is lacking in most MMORPGs is a changing weather system. True, some themepark MMORPGs have this implemented in one way or another but it ends there — it has no effect in the environment, the NPCs, and the player characters.
This is what makes sandbox games, and in particular, sandbox MMORPGs exciting, and Life is Feudal: MMO implemented these features perfectly. Here’s what it looks like in the game when it is the autumn season.
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