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The Secret World News

Latest Headlines for The Secret World

  • The Characters of Tokyo

    Fans of the lore behind Funcom's The Secret World will want to check out the new page dedicated to the characters that players will encounter, the movers and shakers, of Tokyo. These characters will be revealed in Issue #9: The Black Signal.

    Reported on May 12, 2014
  • What to Wear in Case of a Demon Invasion

    Mankini gate is done and gone. However in all the coverage, there's never really been enough said for me about the in game store available to The Secret World players. I have choices to be making. Do I want to fight evil while dapper in a suit? Do I want to wear a pretty little off the shoulder number? Do I want to be a cosmonaut? Admittedly some of the choices are stranger than the others, but the choices remain.

    Reported on May 05, 2014
  • What is TSW?

    Hot off the back of the mankini-gate scandal a discussion has been born asking what the IP of The Secret World actually is. How do you define something with such broad reaching strangeness? The discussion on the official forums has been going on for 19 pages now with everyone from fan to developer chiming in. Can there really be one solid definition of what The Secret World is? And do outfits like the Mankini and Sight for Sore Eyes really detract from the intellectual property?

    Reported on Apr 21, 2014
  • Mankini-gate Explained

    The Secret World's Joel Bylos has taken to the official game forums to participate in a thread with specific regard to last week's April Fool's Joke where a "mankini" was being sold in the in-game shop. The mankini, a poke at gender equality and revealing outfits, created a veritable storm of indignation when the item was not only removed from the in-game shop, but also from players who had purchased it. In the letter, Bylos goes over the timeline of the issue and offers a word of apology.

    Reported on Apr 08, 2014
  • Further Analysis Mission Pack is Live!

    The Further Analysis mission pack for The Secret World is now live and available for purchase from the Funcom store for 960 points. Click on through for more details.

    Reported on Apr 08, 2014
  • Mankini-gate and More

    When I was considering the various topics I could cover for this week's TSW column I was faced with so many options I really didn't know where to start. First Joel announces new content, then there Mankini-gate, and finally there has been ARG activity. How could I pick just one? I couldn't. So we're breaking it down into four parts.

    Reported on Apr 07, 2014
  • ARGs Are Back

    For many the first time they ever heard about The Secret World it was thanks to an ARG. Funcom spent years leading up to TSW with a series of ARGs meant to engage, entertain, and sometimes terrify. After the launch sadly ARGs were all but abandoned, with only two since July of 2012. Now the alternate reality games are getting a bit of a boost. Last week, on the 14th a new ARG started, dealing with Division 66.

    Reported on Mar 24, 2014
  • Why Don't More People Play TSW?

    Go to any forums for MMOs and you will eventually find people bemoaning the fact that every MMO out there is the same. Maybe they use words like "WoW clone" or "copycat" but the idea is always the same, there just isn't enough variety in MMOs. And yes, the industry is filled with one fantasy game after another. But there are other games that get over looked. Whenever I see someone complaining all MMOs are the same I ask them, "What about The Secret World?"

    Reported on Mar 10, 2014
  • Funcom Profits Down Due to Crowded F2P MMO Space

    Funcom has released its Q4 2013 financial statements. The numbers are down sharply from a year ago. According to the report, Age of Conan and The Secret World are still viable properties that make money but the revenue gain is leaner due to an increasingly crowded free to play MMO market.

    Reported on Mar 05, 2014
  • An End to the Mystery Box Flap & Tokyo Delayed

    Joel Bylos has penned this month's Producer's Letter. In it, he discusses the addition of Mystery Boxes to the game's item shop. Bylos spends time discussing what these boxes are and are not, in essence assuring players they are not "lockboxes" and contain nothing that can't be earned or found in the game world. In addition, Bylos informs players that Tokyo will be divided into two sections and will be delayed by a few weeks from its original projected release date.

    Reported on Feb 28, 2014
  • Tokyo & The Whispering Tide Final Chapter Detailed

    The Secret World site has been updated with this month's update. Penned by Romain Amiel, the letter goes in to some detail about the forthcoming final chapter in the Whispering Tide open raid and then, most excitingly, Amiel discusses the upcoming Tokyo update. Additionally, screens are posted to show off the winner of the "get your art in the game" and how it will look in game.

    Reported on Feb 04, 2014
  • Funcom Response to Police Raid in Oslo Offices

    On Wednesday, it was reported here that Funcom's Oslo, Norway offices were raided by the local authorities in connection to the ongoing investigation of stock practices surrounding The Secret World's launch some 18 months or so ago. Today, Erling Ellingsen, Director of Communications for Funcom reached out to MMORPG.com to offer these words.

    Reported on Jan 30, 2014
  • Funcom Under Investigation for Stock Irregularities

    According to multiple sources, including Norwegian government sources, the Oslo offices of Funcom, developers of Age of Conan and the Secret World, are currently being raided by local police as part of an investigation into possible stock market irregularities during, or slightly before, the launch of The Secret World in the summer of 2012.

    Reported on Jan 29, 2014
  • 2014 Means Tokyo According to Latest Director's Letter

    The Secret World's site has been updated with the latest Game Director's Letter. This time, however, the letter wasn't actually penned by Joel Bylos but by Lead Designer Romain Amiel. In it, Romain talks about what the team has most recently accomplished and goes on to the exciting news that this year will mark the arrival of Tokyo!

    Reported on Jan 07, 2014
  • Latest State of the Game Letter Published

    Funcom's Joel Bylos has published the latest state of the game letter for The Secret World. In it, Bylos discusses the events of the last month and gives players a look ahead at seasonal events that are on the way.

    Reported on Dec 02, 2013
  • Latest Patch Goes Live

    Funcom has announced the deployment of the latest update to The Secret World, Issue 8: The Venetian Agenda. This brings the game version up to 1.8.2. The patch contains several key fixes including bug squashing in the GUI and in the scenario system.

    Reported on Nov 21, 2013
  • The "No Bad PUGs" Giveaway is Live!

    MMORPG.com has partnered with Funcom to give out codes for a three day trial to The Secret World along with a 'No Bad Pugs!' t-shirt and trench coat. And yes, that is Managing Editor Bill Murphy on the in-game apparel. We don't blame you if you don't wear his face on your back and/or chest.

    Reported on Nov 21, 2013
  • Spying On The Secret World

    The Tourist returns with another jaunt into one of today's hottest games. This week, he takes a trip into The Secret World. See what he discovered before heading to the comments.

    Reported on Nov 07, 2013
  • Issue 8: The Venetian Agenda Preview Video Arrives

    Joel Bylos hosts the latest Secret World video that heralds the arrival of Issue 8: The Venetian Agenda. The update brings special training "scenarios" to the game where players earn certification to enter Tokyo when it arrives in TSW at a later point in time. The augment system also receives attention to give players a heads up on how to fine tune abilities to become more powerful. Check it out!

    Reported on Nov 07, 2013
  • Augments and Scenarios, Oh My!

    The Secret World is getting ready for some big changes and exciting new locations to explore when Issue 8: The Venetian Agenda goes live later this fall. We had the opportunity to speak with the team about Issue 8 and have some exclusive information to share. Read on and then leave us your impressions in the comments.

    Reported on Oct 31, 2013
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