So just how long do you expect to wait for new content in an MMO?
Three months or so has often been the average. A month maybe in some cases, if you're lucky.
Apparently ArenaNet finds this cycle just far too tiresome, as the company has announced another update that adheres to the two week cycle established in the previous The Secret of Southsun patch.
Plotted by Brian Michael Bendis, the action of Marvel Heroes propels you through an overarching conflict with the malevolent master of Latveria, Victor Von Doom.
It's been a tough weekend for the Neverwinter team.
A number of unscrupulous players took advantage of an in-game bug to wantonly duplicate massive quantities of the Astral Diamond currency.
How do you beat the beta leakers and NDA breakers at their own game? According to the folks at Carbine it’s simple – release the patch notes before they do. Timed to coincide with the start of WildStar's Closed Beta Test 2, the team is being incredibly open about what the new wave of testers can look forward to.
In a mammoth WildStar Wednesday update fans can now dig into a stack of tradeskill information, theorycraft over the latest class changes and delve into new dungeon and battleground information. Milestone 31 contains over nineteen pages of patch notes (you can read them in full on the official site) covering every aspect of the game, from the new Mentoring and Rallying systems to the many UI enhancements.
The monthly live event Moonlight Enchantments starts tonight! It is scheduled to turn on May 20th at 12:01am PDT and run until 11:59pm PDT on May 21st. The time applies directly with no conversion to all servers.
This month has two new repeatable crafting quests added to the Zygomyd and Fay grottos. Each grotto also has several new house items available on the merchants. Check out our Moonlight Enchantments guide and peek at the rewards!
Not long to go now before Lore ships off to Blizzard Entertainment, so be sure to check him out on this week's episode of The Weekly Marmot.
ArenaNet has released a new video covering the lore behind the Living Story in Guild Wars 2. In this video, Narrative Designer Scott McGough talks all about the Consortium. He says what players see is 90% of what is going on, like how the Consortium is trying to make Southsun a paradise and the refugees were locked into a contract to live and work on the island.
Scott McGough also makes an interesting point of how the top brass at the Consortium (the 10%) have never been to Southsun, thus only see the reports that the paradise isn't prospering and none of the dangers the island presents. Are the big wigs back at the Consortium HQ really spinning nefarious plots or are they just wholly misinformed to the dangers? Check out the video below and let us know what you think.
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Originally revealed via a Trion Worlds livestream on Friday, RIFT's Creative Director, Bill Fisher, took to the official forums to detail some of the perks for subscribers who previously signed up for 6-month and 1-year subs, as well as those who choose to remain subscribers (now known as "patrons") as the game transitions to a free-to-play model.