Just last week the DC Comics inspired superhero MMO, DC Universe Online (DCUO), celebrated it's 10-year anniversary! Dimensional Ink Games, the studio behind the development for the game, also kicked off a three weeklong in-game celebration that runs through January. We caught up with DCUO's Jack Emmert to talk about 10 years of the comic-hero MMO.
For the majority of his twenties, Jonathan was a hardcore EverQuest player. When EverQuest II launched, J eagerly jumped back into Norrath, and while it hooked him for a while, he inevitably went back to the OG EQ. Now, in 2021, Jonathan has returned to Norrath - how does this experience hold up years later? Check out the first installment of the Norrathian Stride, a new column about EverQuest II.
Last week was a precarious week for, not only Daybreak Games, but for their fans and subscribers. For Daybreak's Dimensional Ink Games development studio, the team behind the superhero MMO DC Universe Online (DCUO), even more so. Not only did they find themselves under the new management of EG7, but their Creative Director also announced her leave from the company. DCUO's community manager stated that the two are not connected and it was just a matter of coincidental timing. The acquisition of t
It's definitely been an interesting week in the MMO world. Here are the top 5 stories of this week in MMORPGs.
Yesterday, EG7 announced the acquisition of Daybreak Game Company for $300M USD, a move that sees the San Diego-based MMO developer move more into the spotlight than it has in years past. Thanks to a new investor presentation from EG7, we now know a bit more about Daybreak itself.