Issue 597
December 9, 2017
Grinding Gear Games has sent word that the latest content expansion to Path of Exile will officially launch later today. Called War for the Atlas, new content is tailored for high-end players and brings thirty-two randomized maps to the game, new challenges and rewards and much more.
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Dungeons & Dragons Online has been updated with the Mists of Ravenloft expansion that brings the Aasimar race into the game along with a dozen new dungeon quests, a new raid, a wilderness area to explore, two new pubic areas, a new saga and much more to the game.
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People have been wanting some new content for Destiny 2, and they got it yesterday with the launch of Curse of Osiris - the first DLC for Bungie's MMO shooter. Bringing with is hours of new story, tons of new weapons and gear to hunt down, new PVP, and new PVE options, players should be satiated... for at least a week. That's the way of the gamer, my friends. This is our Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris review in progress.
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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will be launching the v1.0 version on December 20th which marks its exit from Early Access. In addition, the highly anticipated Miramar desert map is now live on the pubic test realm right now. During the Game Awards last night, devs showed off a brand new trailer that looks pretty dang sweet.
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This list was originally published way back in 2010. Guess what? Of the five games listed, only one ever made to launch, and it's already shut down. Take a trip down memory lane with us, as we look back at those games, and forward at 5 new MMOs on the horizon.
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Space Wars: Interstellar Empires is a turn-based tactical strategy MMO from publisher ToHeroes and developer Desert Owl Games. Side with one of four races battling to control the galaxy, then select and command an advanced spacecraft to help conquer the cosmos one planet at a time. Even with dominant forces, tense battles for control of the entire universe can rage on for months.

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