Mortal Online players have a new school of magic in which to dabble with the arrival of Necromancy. In addition, the latest patch has brought a massive number of bug fixes and feature enhancements to improve the overall player experience.
The Mortal Online team has sent word that the game is now officially available via the Steam gaming platform a few months after a successful Greenlight campaign. To celebrate, a new trailer has been released. Check it out and then head to the Mortal Online Steam page to get started.
The Mortal Online site has been updated with a new post by CEO Henrik Nystrom that lets players know that the long-awaited continent of Sarducaa will be released today, Sunday, May 17th. Nystrom promises players that the team will be actively watching the deployment of today's update and that even more polish and content will be added over time subsequent to the release.
Star Vault has sent word that one of the most comprehensive patches for Mortal Online has been released into the game. The most notable feature in the update is the City Building ability that allows guilds to build a tower, own land, collect taxes, black-list undesirables and more. To show off the capabilities of the City Building feature, Star Vault has released a new trailer.
Mortal Online recently began offering a free-to-play option for interested players. We wanted to see how the F2P version stacked up. See what we discovered and then let us know what you think in the comments.
Now that Mortal Online has officially gone free to play, we wanted to take a second look at the game from the perspective of a F2Per. See what we discovered in our first impressions and then leave your thoughts in the comments.
Mortal Online is the latest MMO to take advantage of an opportunity to be featured on Valve's Steam platform via the Greenlight program. Players are asked to "vote up" Mortal Online to make it available on the mega-game platform.
The Mortal Online team has announced that the game will now feature a free to play option. Subscribers can continue their monthly plan with access to the full game and other subscriber benefits.
Mortal Online devs have posted a new overview of the next expansion poised to hit the game. Called "The Awakening", the expansion sees an upgraded AI included, a new user interface, added dungeons and creatures, identify skills added to the game. Devs also promise that 'much more' will be included as time wears on.
The Mortal Online team has unleashed the latest update to the game that includes the much-anticipated Territory Control system. In addition to the change log detailing the update's finer points, the team has released a Guide to Territory Prominence and a downloadable Territory Manual to assist players with this complex system.