City of Steam is an free-to-play, browser-based online RPG with MMO features from Mechanist Games. Players can explore the game's central CITY and take on dungeons solo or with friends. City of Steam has an industrial age fantasy setting and features an action combat system that balances real-time and strategy.
One of the better browser ARPGs, City of Steam, is ending service on Sunday, January 31st. According to MMOGames, developer Mechanist Games had a rocky go of it after ending a publication partnership with R2Games.
The City of Steam team has let us know that a new Euopean server has officially kicked off. To celebrate, several in-game events are taking place to give players an incentive to try it out.
The City of Steam page has been updated with a new blog post that gives a sneak peek at upcoming changes to the crafting system in the next patch. According to the article, the crafting interface will be simplified and made easier to understand, among other significant changes to the crafting feature.
Troubled steampunk MMO City of Steam continues to strive for improvement and recently announced the successful completion of its first round of cross-server PvP. Developer Mechanist Games also revealed details of its latest update which will address issues with the crafting system as well as introduce a new form of in-game currency.
City of Steam developers have been hard at work to make some big improvements to the game, including bug fixes, improvements and more. Most significantly, the team has been hard at work on a new type of dungeon experience and an inter-server war feature.