The aim of the nether game
Nether is trying to set themselves apart from other FPSMMO games by introducing factions / tribes. By joining a Tribe, players will have the ability to earn rewards for stronger offensive and defensive skills, bigger cash and loot drops, more room to hoard inventory items, etc.
The aim for Nether is that “Tribes” fight for control of the cities strategic vantage points, which will provide better control over enemy manoeuvres, the ability to alter market prices or control mission objectives in their favour.
Tribes in Nether will change the survival experience by creating a social construct, with all the consequences of behaviour that you would expect in normal life.
We have all however all seen how the developers vision of the game gets smashed to pieces as online gaming evolves, there is usually no utopia when FPS is mixed with MMO, FPS players want to kill everyone where MMO players want to dominate the objectives. It will be interesting to see how all this pans out over the coming months and years. The Nether game can be purchased at STEAM for $14.99. Keep an eye out for sales and promotions as this price will very depending on the day.