MMORPG
WEEKLY
NEWSLETTER
Issue 631
August 18, 2018
Yesterday, a leak came out that suggested that Diablo 3 would be coming to Nintendo Switch later this year. Today, we have the official announcement trailer as confirmation that Blizzard's ARPG is coming "this fall to Nintendo Switch"!
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My.com has announced that it is bringing a battle royale mode to Skyforge, combining sci-fi and fantasy into the "last player standing" gameplay feature. "Out of all the participants that start the match, only one can stand victorious in this divine test and win the ultimate favor of the gods" reads the press announcement. The new Battle Royale Mode can be started directly from the launch screen and no characters or progress in the MMO is required.
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we here at MMORPG.com are always looking towards the future, and Wolfhunter launched hours ago. It's in the past now! So, this weekend I attended QuakeCon and spoke with Rich Lambert, Creative Director at Zenimax Online Studios, about the next DLC, Murkmire.
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Echtra Studios founder Max Shaefer has taken to the airwaves to talk more about the studio and Torchlight Frontiers. Most interestingly, Shaefer plainly states that Torchlight Frontiers is an MMO, though with similar ARPG gameplay that players have come to know and love throughout the first two games.
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Fourteen years young and WoW is back with another expansion. Can Battle for Azeroth repeat the overall success of Legion? By all accounts so far, there's a lot of what made Legion work present in Blizzard's latest, and if the early hours of play are any indication, more of the same might not be so bad.
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World of Warcraft is one of the premier subscription MMORPGs, and has helped spread the entire genre into mass markets across the globe. Players enter the world of Azeroth, a fantasy realm of swords and sorcery, exotic races, mystical creatures, world turmoil, high adventure, and war. Created by Blizzard Entertainment, and based on the Warcraft series of RTS games first released in the mid 1990s, WoW expanded on the early Warcraft single player franchise and is now a vibrant multiplayer world, where players may engage in roleplaying, PvE, PvP, dungeon instances, battlegrounds, arenas, and raids. WoW has received five different expansions so far, including The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, and Mists of Pandaria, and Warlords of Draenor, Legion and Battle for Azeroth that launches in August 2018.

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