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Exclusive Developer Journals

Exclusive Developer Blog: Harvesting!

Crowfall

We've got a special treat for our readers with today's publication of an exclusive developer diary from the Crowfall and Thomas Blixtev Blair. In it, Thomas discusses the ins and outs of harvesting, resource and node fundamentals and much, much more. What are you waiting for!?Posted Sep 20, 2016 by Thomas Blair

In Albion Online, Everybody Matters! (SPONSORED)
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Albion Online

In Albion Online, stories are written by the players and their actions influence the world. They can choose whatever they want to be - be it an adventurer, an industrious gatherer, a reckless outlaw or a masterful crafter. No matter what you want to do, you can and will find your own place in Albion’s vast world.Posted Jul 27, 2016

Rise of the ECO Legion Around the World (SPONSORED)
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Eternal Chaos Online

This mid-2016 will be the next step and transformation for PlayWebGame. After succeeding on several anime web-based games, we have officially launched our newest game “Eternal Chaos Online”, a free-to-play web based action game inspired by historical iconic figures! Posted Jul 15, 2016

Where We Are & Where We Are Going - SPONSORED
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Riders of Icarus

Capture. Collect. Conquer. Riders of Icarus is the new free to play action-adventure MMORPG where you will tame powerful and majestic beasts. Now in Open Beta, everyone can join the action and fight against evil in their quest to become a legendary Rider!Posted Jul 9, 2016

Benefits of a Fully Player-Driven Game World

Albion Online

In this column, I want to outline how our player-driven world works, and what that means for the players who venture into it. Not only in itself, but also in comparison to classical theme park MMORPGs such as World of Warcraft. Posted Jul 5, 2016

SPONSORED - Charge the Field with Liberators!
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Liberators

The date is June 6th, 1944. Europe is succumbing to the threat of political and cultural takeover. Millions of terrorized civilians need a hero. Will you come to their call?Posted Jul 2, 2016

SPONSORED - Online Turn-Based Tactical ‘Shooting Girl’ Debuts on Nutaku.com
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Shooting Girl

Guns, schoolgirls, and world-eating robots: if your first thought is a popular new anime, you wouldn’t be too far off. Instead it’s Nutaku’s Shooting Girl, a turn-based tactical combat game that takes place in a future version of Japan devastated by alien invasion. Locked in a war with spiraling casualties against a superior foe, the remnants of the Japanese government have begun arming teenage ‘shooting girls’ in a desperate bid to reclaim the city of Tokyo. Posted Jul 1, 2016

August 1st Marks the Start of the Final Beta Phase!
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Albion Online

On August 1 it’s time to reset the clocks: Albion Online from Sandbox Interactive goes into the Final Beta phase and includes exciting new features and improvements.Posted Jun 30, 2016

Welcome to Riders of Icarus - SPONSORED
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Riders of Icarus

You’ll travel throughout the lands in search of powerful and majestic beasts to aid in a war against evil. Tame and train your mounts to help you overcome impossible challenges, and use them for more than just travel. Grab the reins as you master mounted ground and aerial combat to purge the skies and everything under them of all vile and wicked foes. The ride of your life awaits in Riders of Icarus!Posted Jun 18, 2016

Five Reasons to Play The Dark Brotherhood
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Elder Scrolls Online

The Dark Brotherhood is Elder Scrolls Online’s latest DLC pack. Centered squarely on the eponymous assassin’s guild of Tamriel, it’s been a long awaited addition to the game since its original launch. Already released for PC players, Dark Brotherhood is set to arrive on PS4 and XB1 June 14th. Today, we’re going to share with you five reasons you should play the latest ESO DLC.Posted Jun 14, 2016

Class Reveal - The Shaman

Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen

For centuries, rumors have persisted that the mightiest of Shaman can abide in every age at once. Tales speak of a breed of masters who can discern the ancestry of friend or foe, wielding this knowledge to great benefit -- or frightful bane. But even a young Shaman can sense the threads of energy woven through Terminus’ past. A second sight draws them to the totems of those forsaken eons, in pursuit of furthering their rare power. Posted Jun 13, 2016

Early Access Has Launched!
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Gloria Victis

Two years after getting Greenlit, thanks to the intensive full-time work of our team, Gloria Victis finally moved to Steam Early Access. We have waited with launch until now to make sure the game will be polished enough to meet your expectations. However, we know that we can achieve a lot more together, so we encourage the players to discuss the game and its core features, as well as the recent progress and future development plans.Posted Jun 9, 2016

Feature Spotlight - Perception System

Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen

One of Pantheon’s main differentiators is the way we are handling Quests and Story-related content. The consistent trend in current MMORPGs is one of linear, quest-driven leveling mechanics that funnel players from quest hub to quest hub throughout their leveling experience. This is consistent with the “Theme Park” approach of modern MMOs where little emphasis is put on free exploration or risk vs. reward. Instead, players are led by the hand and told where to go, what to do and how to do it.Posted Jun 7, 2016

Multicore Support & You
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Rift

Rift developers have been hard at work to bring more modern technology into the game, particularly in the form of support for multicore machines. The new feature is currently in beta testing and will be heading into the game soon. Find out why it's an important step for Rift.Posted Jun 4, 2016

The Ascension Welcome Back Promotion
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ArcheAge

Ascension launched this week for ArcheAge, with a slew of new content for all players, and the Trion Worlds team is eager to welcome new and returning players alike for the major game update. We’ve got all the details on how you can get a slew of free items, from free houses to bear mounts, carts, skateboards and more!Posted Jun 3, 2016

Feature Spotlight - Extreme Climate & Atmosphere Systems

Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen

We're continuing our exclusive series of developer blogs from the Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen team this week with a new post from Chris Perkins. This week, Chris gives us an inside look at Extreme Climate and Atmosphere Systems.Posted May 26, 2016

The Ethereal Energy Fueling the Mana Climate

Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen

The world of Terminus has dramatically transformed over thousands of years through a recurring phenomena known as Planar Collisions: mysterious events where pieces of foreign worlds and realms are embedded into Terminus, bringing portions of their native people, creatures, landforms, deities and ethereal energies with them.Posted May 18, 2016

Star Crusade: War for the Expanse Developer Diary #1

Hi everyone, and welcome to our first developer diary for Star Crusade: War for the Expanse – our digital collectible card game in beta on Steam Early Access and coming soon to iOS and Android. I thought we’d take this opportunity to give you a sneak peek into our development process and how we originally conceived of the game, the universe, and the lore.Posted May 17, 2016

Expanding the Territory Control System

Gloria Victis

The world of Gloria Victis is a place of everlasting conflicts. Day by day wars plague the lands and their inhabitants; for one glorified warrior a dozen dies lonely. However, the history is written by the victors and they are the ones who take profits from waging a war.Posted May 14, 2016

Soulbound Studios Talks Crowdfunding, Funding Fatigue, and Transparency
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Chronicles of Elyria

In the early days of the industry video games were two-dimensional, had two colors, and were controlled by a single input device. While retro games are making a comeback, the fact remains that over the years the complexity of games has increased exponentially from 2D, to 3D, and now to VR. Where before it was fine for games to make beeps and blips, today’s immersive games are expected to have award winning scoresPosted May 6, 2016 by Jeromy Walsh

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