ESO gold farmers would be delighted with new players are coming the ESO community, but can they say buy eso gold to these new comers?
Now that the Japanese people are joining elder scrolls online, there will be a churn to happen within the community of elder scrolls online. A community is like chemical; adding another chemical may change certain things, positively or negatively.
North Americans are excited about Japanese people joining elder scrolls online especially the anime lovers (Otaku or Weeb) from America. Of course, they will try to interact, but the language barrier is way too big. Americans can’t even read Hiragana.
ESO gold – Positive or Negative
Japanese people joining elder scrolls, most of it are positive and will help the developers to prosper. And it is always good for MMORPG to have a large population.
Of course, there is nothing wrong with additional population, but the problem would start from language barrier which would give birth to several problems like Japanese people who can’t speak proper English would be like dead weight in elder scrolls online. Common communication would only be possible with American-American and Japanese-Japanese although there will be rare cases like American-Japanese communication.
Language barrier is the main problem. If North American players can’t communicate well with Japanese players, then, what is the point of joining or letting join in a party? This will become a ghost encounter for all Western players. Whenever, they see a Japanese player, it would be like “meeh, I can’t talk to that guy, better ignore him. As a result, Japanese players would be like ghosts, and only those who can communicate using English can interact with North American players.
In conclusion, Japanese people who can speak basic English can interact, but those who can’t even read simple sentences would not enjoy elder scrolls online without any friends. It would be a solo trip to an empty warehouse where the sound of machine is deafening, and they will realize that they can actually hear silence.