Issue 571
May 27th, 2017
Funcom has posted an extensive article on the Secret World Legends site to answer the question, "What is free to play?" The team wanted to lay out in detail exactly what is meant by the term, particularly in light of more than a few questions from the community.
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Legends of Aria's next alpha phase will launch on Friday. As part of the new iteration, the land mass has increased ten times the original size, combat has been overhauled, the UI is new from the ground up, archery is now part of a player's combat strategy and more. Throughout the summer, alpha and then beta will continue with more zones opening up and much more. For tomorrow, players can look forward to a number of new systems.
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Morrowind is back, people. And while fans of the now aging third entry into the Elder Scrolls main series may find ESO's version of Vvardenfell quite different, that's kind of the point. Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is 15th anniversary celebration of the original game. It's homage to the title that helped make The Elder Scrolls a gaming icon. It's also a self-contained story or "chapter" added to ESO. And so far, it's been a very good time indeed.
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The Steam launch day for Black Desert Online has officially arrived and with it comes a special leveling event and Cash Shop discounts as well as the new Striker class. To celebrate launch day, the BDO team has put together a number of events for new and veteran players. First off, special Olvia servers have been set up to help Steam players level up quickly to catch up to the rest of the BDO community. In addition, Strikers are invited to level up fast for a chance at an Alienware PC.
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Many game industry people continue to talk about how MMOs have come and gone. However, we continue to see major events which point to the opposite. Players are seeking more online experiences through console and mobile gameplay. As many in the industry predicted early on, eventually every game will move into the online space. Sure, plenty of RPGs or fighting games might keep off the intrawebs, but as trends continue, there will be plenty of MMOs coming over the next few years.
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Kritika Online is a free-to-play HYPER-STYLIZED ONLINE ANIME 3D BRAWLER for PC that features a best-in-class combat system, over-the-top anime characters and art, and deep RPG progression systems, all delivered in a streamlined package designed to get players in and out of the action as quickly as possible.

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