yup cause everything is a copy of WoW.
Even single player games are becoming a ripoff of WoW. The Witcher
One thing WoW does incredibly well is make its billions of players think that they are actually intelligent and unique in their way of raising their characters. Have you ever tried explaining how simple WoW is to someone? That the only form of customization you get is one stupid little point you get to allocate to your traits every level from 10 and beyond? Thats like what? 60 points for the highest level character in the game? And that even still, you're on a pretty highly defined path of customization that can just be reset for a small fee later. You don't even get to raise your own damn stats.
Of course, they will go on to that you can customize yourself a ton by your equipment. Then you are stuck spending the next 3 hours trying to explain how, before WoW, characters did
wear armor and wield weapons and didn't just run around butt naked challenging everyone to fisticuffs. Like most games, although you can customize your character with your equipment, the customization mostly consists of getting just better items. When you're customizing your character who you can't even touch the stats of, saying you are making them totally unique from the items you wear and hold earns you a backhanding.
But maybe thats just because one of my favorite games had a huge selection of stats, some that worked individually and some as multipliers for other stats, that raised exponentially in cost and most of the items that increased your stats were made by you by combining item A and armor B to randomly generate stat boost items, sometimes containing worthless boosts or requirements you can't even meet. At around a lower-mid level, I decided to make my "mage" have an insane amount of stun (stops them for a brief time) and blast (ranged magic attack) and curse (lowers the target's stats). I could constantly cast stun and blast with a few curses and take down enemies like 4-5 levels above me (which is an insane amount seeing as the game had like 20 levels total). Though those enemies also could kill me in like 2 hits since I had just about no armor or protective spells. But naahhh, thats hardly customization because I only had one offensive spell and didn't get to choose between which selection of spells I wanted to spam in an order that almost never changed no matter what I was fighting.