All single-player games have a life cycle. It’s fresh, and there’s a lot to explore and experience. In the process, you will set goals for yourself – to reach the upper level, complete the main story, complete all dungeons, etc.
When this is done, the rest of the game becomes repetitive and boring. The only people you can look back on our people and friends you know. A social relationship to keep in touch with you.
The reason I play World of Warcraft is that it provides me with a platform for social interaction with people and friends. It’s no different from sports clubs or meeting friends in bars every week. It’s about people with similar interests.
Once you’ve played the game, raised the character’s level and seen the storyline, the game itself has little to offer. The only reason to keep playing is that it allows you to keep in touch with others and keep in touch with others.
I think people sometimes don’t know much about MMORPG. The game itself is just a platform for social interaction. In this regard, as far as we are concerned, it is not really a traditional game.