In the latest update for Atlas Rogues two new characters join the rest of the freelancers, Nix and Aurora. New talents, a new mission type and new massive maps have been added for all Trusts.
When Gamigo announced that Atlas Rogues, a game based in the same universe of a Trion Worlds venture known as Atlas Reactor, you could almost feel the simultaneous eyebrow raises of former Atlas Reactor players rippling across the RPG community. When the first trailers finally rolled out for Atlas Rogues, primarily using cut footage from the original Atlas Reactor teaser, with largely similar looking gameplay, my reaction was a quizzical squint and trepidatious nod. After several lengthy bouts o
Last year, Gamigo's Atlas Reactor shut down, which certainly disappointed whatever fans the game managed to garner in its short tenure on the market. Suddenly, Atlas Rogues was announced, and although it was being slated as a new game, Atlas Rogues brings back that old Reactor feeling, in more ways than one.
In a community post by the ArchAge team, The Rise of Nehliya has hit both ArcheAge and ArcheAge: Unchained, and the team wasn't shy about detailing everything players can expect in a quite lengthy set of patch notes and explanations.
We reported last week that Atlas Rogues, a turn-based co-op roguelike game in the same universe as Atlas Reactor was in development. Now, Gamigo has officially announced that upcoming title with an announcement trailer.
Gamigo has announced a new game Atlas Rogues, a turn-based 4-player PvE tactic game. In the Reddit announcement, they reveal some of the game's features, along with a separate megathread where they intend to answer the community's questions.
Gamigo has announced that players interested in their MMORPG, ArcheAge: Unchained, can now check it out for free for three days thanks to a new trial by the company.
Grand Fantasia has added a new area, Sprite Sanctuary. Gamigo's MMORPG adds a new dungeon, new treasures, and new bosses to battle.
Gamigo has been working hard on the world of Erenor and on August 13th 2020, you'll be able to see the fruits of their labor, maybe even literally, in the new update for ArcheAge, Garden of the Gods: The Ipnysh Sanctuary. The new update is poised to introduce a new dungeon, new gear, and challenging enemies.
Gamigo has teamed up with Eden Reforestation Projects to help combat the climate crisis by planting new trees around the globe. As of this writing, the charity project has raised over 21,000 tree pledges in a little over 24 hours and it doesn't show any signs of slowing down.