Another Lord of the Rings-based game is in the works per a new partnership between Private Division, a publishing label within Take-Two Interactive and Weta Workshop. The new game, which will be set in Tolkien's Middle-earth, doesn't have any hard details as of yet.
With the Fate of Gundabad expansion now out for Lord of the Rings Online, the latest 31.0.2 patch notes hitting today aim to bring some fixes.
It looks like Lord of the Rings Online's monetization will not change in a significant manner before the Gundabad expansion due sometime later this year.
A new update to the Bullroarer test server in Lord of the Rings Online brings changes to the rep accelerators which will now bind to characters once acquired, and will feature a max usage level of 100. The community reacts.
As we all transitioned into 2021, one thing that loomed on Bradford's mind while introducing his daughter to more MMOs was something that may go unnoticed by many, but affect thousands of players across the entire games industry: Accessibility. Bradford explores this and how future (and even some present) MMOs can ensure that more people can enjoy the game worlds that shape many of us.
In a new interview with The Gamer's Cian Maher, new details about the long-canceled MMORPG based in Tolkien's Middle-earth have emerged, including claims that the team had the blessing of Tolkien's son and caretaker of his life's work, Christopher Tolkien.
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.
Amazon's upcoming Lord of the Rings MMO might not be ready for players to dive into the open beta till early 2023, if a recently dug up production schedule is any indication.