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Should I Try (Or Return To) Final Fantasy 14 in 2023?

All eyes have been on FFXIV the past few years, but a new MMORPG can be intimidating. We go over what to keep in mind if you're looking to dive in!

[UPDATE] NCSoft West Hit With Layoffs, 20% Of Staff Affected Per Reports

NCSoft West has been hit with a round of layoffs according to a report by VentureBeat. The report states that at least 20% of its staff has been affected, and has seen its CEO depart the company as well.

Why I'm Excited About World of Warcraft: Dragonflight's Roadmap for 2023

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight launched right before the holiday season last year and we got tons of new content but the expansion cycle is far from over the roadmap for 2023 and has a lot of things that we are looking forward to. Something that Shadowlands couldn't get right was putting out a roadmap. Kanishka explains why he thinks this time around things are hopefully better.

Opinion: The Upcoming Asia Server Could Damage Albion Online

Almost as Nick finished writing about how 2023 is the best year to start playing Albion Online, Sandbox Interactive announced it was opening a dedicated server in the Asia Pacific region. Nick offers some thoughts on why it might not be the best idea for the game.

An MMO Clan at War: Embedded With Foxhole's 27th Corps

Foxhole provides a unique look at warfare in an MMORPG. Philip embedded with a major clan in the MMO to take part in that war, reporting how Clans work together to triumph in battle.

Quinfall, A New MMORPG By Turkish Developer Vawraek Studios, Makes Bold Claims As It Drops Gameplay Trailer

Quinfall, a new MMORPG that is being developed by Turkish developer Vawraek Studios, dropped a gameplay trailer over the weekend while also making bold claims about its upcoming MMORPG world.

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight - The Thing WIth Malfurion and Ysera isn't what We Thought

Robin breaks down the storyline in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight between Malfurion and Ysera, adding that things are no as they seem.

Warframe Reveals Citrine's Last Wish Update, Launches In February

Warframe hosted their first dev stream of 2023, kicking things off with details surrounding the next update to the looter shooter MMO. Citrine's Last Wish will launch next month, while the team also shed some more light on upcoming quality-of-life improvements like cross-play and cross-progression.

Breaking Down The Elder Scrolls Online Necrom Reveal

Zenimax has just announced the new chapter for 2023, The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom. Players will return to Eastern Morrowind, and a new class, the Arcanist, is being added to the game. Read on for Kevin's thoughts on what the studio has revealed so far.

Should You Play Albion Online In 2023?

As 2023 begins, there are quite a few options for you. Nick is here to tell you whether Albion Online, the open-world sandbox MMORPG from Sandbox Interactive, is the right choice for you this year.

Live Blog: Xbox And Bethesda Showcase Hones In On ESO, Redfall And More

Xbox and Bethesda are hosting a Developer_Direct showcase today, highlighting upcoming games for Microsoft's platform in 2023. Among those we know to be included are Redfall, The Elder Scrolls Online, and more.

As An Ex-MOBA Addict, FFXIV's Crystalline Conflict Is Great

Finally, after warding off PvP addiction, columnist Victoria is hooked on Crystalline Conflict. But why now, and why is it actually good?

NetEase Has Scathing Response To Blizzard Following Proposed Deal, Tears Down Orc Statue

To say Blizzard and NetEase's relationship is on the rocks is an understatement. Since Blizzard announced the shut down of their games in China since the two could not reach an agreement, the two have been locked in a war of words for months. Earlier this week the latest salvo was fired, and it included a livestreamed teardown of NetEase's Orc statue to boot.

LotRO's Southern Expansion Towards Umbar Should Be Exciting For Any Tolkien Fan

Last year when The Lord of the Rings Online teased the location of the next major expansion, Bradford was hoping for Mithlond. However, yesterday's announcement that it's in fact Umbar, it might have him more excited, especially as a Tolkien fanatic.

The Lord of the Rings Online Is Going To Umbar As The Team Unveils 2023 Roadmap

The Lord of the Rings Online is going south after spending a few years in the northern reaches of Middle-earth. The latest letter on the LotRO website unveils that the Free Peoples will be heading south, into lands unseen in the MMO before: Umbar.