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Precursor Crafting: Pre-tty Cool Or Curse-Worthy?

Guild Wars 2 -  Column

Precursor crafting has long been Jason's #1 desire in Guild Wars 2. How does the implementation in Heart of Thorns stack up?Posted Feb 8, 2016 by Jason Winter

Feb 7, 2016 Newsletter

General -  Newsletter

In Issue 525 of the MMORPG.com Newsletter, we look at Marvel Heroes and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Feb 7, 2016 by Michael Bitton

Joshua Halls on the Move to Unreal 4

The Repopulation -  Interview

Recently, Above and Beyond Technologies announced that The Repopulation, their long-in-development MMORPG would be switching to Unreal Engine 4 from the Hero Engine. Not only did we all breathe a sigh of relief when the news was announced because the game's development would carry on, but we actually began to get excited for The Repopulation once more.Posted Feb 7, 2016 by Robert Lashley

PAX South: Dreadnought, Take Two

General -  Preview

At last year's PAX South, Dreadnought was fun but difficult to play. How has it improved since then? We've got the scoop from this year's con!Posted Feb 7, 2016 by Jason Winter

Daybreak Reveals More About Splitting the Game in Two

H1Z1 -  Interview

Daybreak Game Company caught much of the H1Z1 community off guard with yesterday's announcement that the game would be splitting into two different versions, H1Z1: Just Survive and H1Z1: King of the Kill. We had the chance to submit a few questions to the team to get more of the particulars behind the decision and about what players can expect.Posted Feb 6, 2016 by William Murphy

PAX South: You Got Zombies In My Military Shooter! Our Look At Moving Hazard

General -  Preview

It sounds like a recipe for mediocrity, but Illfonic's and Psyop's zombie-packed shooter Moving Hazard has more to it than meets the eye. These are the same guys making Revival, and it's clear they're ready to turn other genres on their head. Posted Feb 5, 2016 by Jason Winter

SWTOR - Less MMO, More RPG Than Ever Before

General -  Column

Hot on the heels of The Force Awakens, Chris jumped back into Star Wars: The Old Republic to see how it holds up. It’s half the MMO it used to be and a much better RPG because of it! Read on to find out why. Plus, in the Quick Hits, we have impressions of The Division, Darkest Dungeon’s roadmap from launch, a new character and the possibility of a new demo for Final Fantasy XV, free content for Shadowrun: Hong Kong, and more! Posted Feb 5, 2016 by Christopher Coke

A Medieval Sandbox to Roleplay In

The Black Death -  Interview

The Black Death is an in-development survival MMO by Syrin Studios that literally came out of nowhere to storm the radar of fascinating upcoming titles. We had the opportunity to speak with the small indie development team from Syrin Studios to find out more about them and one of the more unique titles currently in the making.Posted Feb 5, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Review in Progress Part 2

Blade & Soul -  Editorial

Another week, another several levels on my Blade Dancer, and I’m still enjoying my time with Blade & Soul. In some regards, my experience with the game has improved, while with others I’m left in the cold. Read on for more adventures of the Grasshopper in my ongoing review in progress.Posted Feb 5, 2016 by William Murphy

The Heart and Lore Behind Tailored in Tamriel

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

Tailored in Tamriel is a new series of lore-based costumes making their way to Elder Scrolls Online's Crown Store. As Elder Scrolls fans well know, the lore of The Elder Scrolls as a series is close to sacrosanct. As such, it only makes sense than Zenimax Online Studios would bring the same sense of care to the actual clothing inside their game. Posted Feb 4, 2016 by William Murphy

Exclusive Class Reveal - The Trickster Coming to Ascendancy

Path of Exile -  Interview

With Path of Exile ready to expand on March 4th, Grinding Gears is ready to unleash new information about new Ascendancy class skills. We are pleased to present the reveal the Trickster, the final of the three Shadow specs coming in Ascendancy. We have an exclusive trailer, screens and a mini interview with GG's Chris Wilson.Posted Feb 4, 2016 by Suzie Ford

The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Pack Sweepstakes!

Elder Scrolls Online -  General

MMORPG.com is very pleased to present this exclusive sweepstakes event! We have partnered with Zenimax Online to give away 300 total Crown Pack gift keys that will give players 1500 crowns for Elder Scrolls Online (100 for PC/Mac, 100 for Xbox One and 100 for Playstation 4)! Enter for your chance to win now! This sweepstakes will run from Feb 4 through Feb 19 @ 9PM EST, 2016.Posted Feb 4, 2016 by William Murphy

Derek Brinkmann on What's Coming Next

Shards Online -  Interview

Back in December, Citadel Online hosted a big party for backers of Shards Online with Pre-Alpha 3. We caught up to the always running Derek Brinkmann to find out more about PA3, what lessons the team took away from the event and what the future holds for Shards.Posted Feb 4, 2016 by Suzie Ford

PAX South - Maybe Elite's Not So Dangerous After All

Elite: Dangerous -  Preview

Elite: Dangerous is a space sim sandbox, but after my interview at PAX South, I'm starting to think it might not be as rough on new players as I first thought.Posted Feb 3, 2016 by Jason Winter

Rage Quit Simulator

Darkest Dungeon -  Review

Now, Bainard is hurting both mentally and physically. She picked up a disease in the ruins, along with a few negative quirks, like agoraphobia and satanophobia that don't compliment her pre-existing mental conditions all that well. Not only that, but the stress of the excursion-gone-bad broke her, turning her into a coward.Posted Feb 3, 2016 by Steven Messner

Fresh Level 60 Guide - Part Two

Marvel Heroes 2016 -  Other

Leveling up new characters and gearing them out is a familiar process for me, but it wasn’t until a recent discussion I had with our very own Som Pourfarzaneh about what to do at level cap that I realized figuring out what to do once done with the game’s story content can be daunting.Posted Feb 3, 2016 by Michael Bitton

What AAA MMOs Are Being Made That We Don’t Know About Yet?

General -  Column

The MMO genre is absolutely one of the most lucrative in gaming, with millions of players around the globe, across PCs and now consoles. But there’s one thing publishers and investors realize after a decade of chasing Azeroth… you can’t replicate what WoW managed to do. That said, everyone knows that long-term returns on investment can be gained with the right project. Today, we’re going to look at AAA studios I expect are making a new MMO, even if they haven’t announced it yet.Posted Feb 3, 2016 by William Murphy

Back to the Beginning With the Open Meridian Project

Meridian 59 : Evolution -  Preview

The oldest MMORPG ever, Meridian 59, is making a comeback, and we got the scoop on the project at PAX South.Posted Feb 2, 2016 by Jason Winter

I'm Cautiously Excited About The Division

The Division -  Column

This weekend Ubisoft opened up the PC beta for the Division. Read on to find out why Rob is excited about what the Division represents and what he thinks of the game's potential.Posted Feb 2, 2016 by Robert Lashley

5 Reasons We Love the Rise of Survival Games

General -  Column

The evolution of the "massive online game" has been an interesting one to track over the last decade plus, never more so than in the last few years as traditional MMORPGs became bogged down in the theme park mentality and seemed unable to get out from under the looming shadow of World of Warcraft. We have witnessed the rise of the MOBA, the MMOFPS, the MMORTS and more.Posted Feb 2, 2016 by Suzie Ford

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