Turns out we know a bit more about why yesterday's Burning Crusade pre-patch maintenance took so long, as World of Warcraft's community manager pointed to player's in-game mailboxes as the culprit.
During maintenance today, ZeniMax Online Studios announced that the PlayStation MegaServer of their wildly popular MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online, would be facing extended downtime due to issues found specific to the platform. However, players are showing their discontent as this is the second time the PlayStation version of the MMO has had these extended downtimes in as many weeks.
For those of you who have been following The Lord of the Rings Online lately, you know that last month the game experienced some of the worst downtime in its history. Well, based on a tweet from the official Twitter account, LotRO players might be experiencing a bit of déjà vu.
As The Lord of the Rings Online has been navigating through the fallout from its extended downtime, the team at Standing Stone Games has finally given VIP subscribers some info as to how they will be compensated for the issues.
LOTRO's Bullroarer server is open once again, but only through Friday, July 31 at 10a EDT. Here's what's changed.