Webzen has sent word that the second closed beta event for MU Legend is primed to run from February 21st through February 28th. During CBT 2, players will be focused on assisting the development team with localization implementation in five different languages: French, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish and Polish.
Juvty Worlds is inviting everyone to a Wild Terra party from January 20th through January 24th! The game is open to all for free with servers dedicated to PvP or PvE, a fast leveling event, daily treasure hunts and battles for extra rewards and prizes offered for bug reporting during the special weekend.
PlayStation 4 players can check out the final samurai-themed Nioh demo that is now available through the PlayStation Store. Players can check out the game throughout the forthcoming weekend. This is the final demo of the game prior to its release on February 9th.
Starting January 25th, Overwatch players will be treated to a celebration of Chinese New Year. Though little more than a short teaser video on the Blizzard Twitter appeared, we're sure to learn more in the coming few days. We'll keep you posted!
German site Mein-MMO.de is reporting that Blizzard has won its lawsuit agains Bossland GmbH, the maker of Honorbuddy, a bot used in World of Warcraft. Earlier court decisions that were in Bossland's favor were overturned with the decision that "distribution of bot programs for online games is anti-competitive". As yet, the full disclosure of the settlement has not been published.
PC and Mac players of Elder Scrolls Online will be able to create their own in-game paradise when the Homestead update launches on February 6th. Console players will need to wait a bit longer for the warm fires of home. Homestead will launch for PlayStation 4 and XBox One on February 21st.
Nintendo has announced that Fire Emblem Heroes, a mobile tactical RPG, is heading to Google Play on February 2nd and at a later date for iOS devices. Gameplay will take place on a grid with players summoning Fire Emblem heroes "throughout history" to take part in fights. Characters from Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates will be present. Players will be able to upgrade heroes and summon additional ones that can be gained from the in-app market.