The 20th Anniversary Grand Party celebrations of RuneScape continue bringing a Celebration of Combat this week.
In case you missed it, Grinding Gear Gamesa announced their next Path of Exile expansion, dubbed Echoes of the Atlas. Passive Skill trees were revealed earlier releasing alongside the expansion.
It was only a week ago that Dynamight Studios opened up Fractured to the masses for testing purposes, yet on January 15th 2021 the virtual doors will open once again to all registered players with plans to test client performance improvements and more.
The 5th Anniversary patch of Blade & Soul will bring about some system and item changes that include new Legendary PvP weapons, a new daily quest, and a new Heart Tier.
Intrepid Studios have posted several new job opportunities that include a Senior Combat Designer, a Senior Systems Designer and more for their upcoming game Ashes of Creation.
Missing Worlds Media has posted a recap of City of Titans in 2020, outlining some disappointment that more headway couldn't be done throughout the year. The team still lauded the development that they did accomplish. MWM is looking forward to 2021, with a Mac client in the works, and several of the in-game neighborhoods getting fully fleshed out.
Grapeshot Games has planned to release their first patch of the year for Atlas on January 12th, though the details on the patch have been scant except for a photo provided in the announcement tweet teasing rideable dolphins.
In the latest letter from Ashes of Creation Creative Director Steven Sharif, he takes a a look back at 2020 and the progress the game has made, with a steely eye towards the progress the team intends to make in 2021.
With Riot Games starting their latest season of League of Legends, the company announced a variety of new updates to their other League-oriented properties.
The 10th Anniversary for DC Universe Online is here and brings a new event raid and an elite raid. Here are the details for this anniversary.
Blizzard experienced several DDOS - distributed denial of service - attacks earlier today for World of Warcraft. Fortunately, these looked to have been cleared up.
Are you planning on being in the Ashes of Creation playtests? Well, you should expect your progress to be wiped between test sessions.
In a Hi-Rez showcase of sorts, Smite, Rogue Company, and Paladins have announced a bunch of updates.