Neverwinter got an accidental early release of the new Sharandar Masterwork professions to the live server on PC, but it will remain available. Plus, a guide to Appointment Events is out, with the newest one live this week.
April Fowls is coming to Neverwinter this week, with some all new rewards like the Zombie Chicken mount, and a chance to play as the Ne-crow-mancer in PvP.
Shadow's Advance, the new update for Star Trek Online brings Voyager's Janeway and Mirror Universe content to the game on console
PC players of Star Trek Online or Neverwinter will have to be running DirectX 11 and a later version of Windows than 7 after today.
Magic: Legends hits open beta later this month, and the ARPG is trying to give Planeswalkers a glimpse into some of the challenges they will be facing when they can enter the Magic Multiverse.
Magic: Legends pulled back the veil a bit on what players can expect at launch, giving something of a primer for the Multiverse seen in the ARPG based on the popular card game.
The latest season for Star Trek Online is now available for PC. Titled, House Reborn, the new season is the beginning of the finale of the epic Klingon War, and will feature two new episodes for players to enjoy.
If you've been playing Star Trek Online then you may be glad to hear that the newest season, House Shattered, is now available for PC players. Console players will receive the update on Xbox One and Playstation 4, January 12th, 2021.
In an upcoming update, Star Trek Online players will get to relive, and learn from the infamous Synth attack on Mars through a Starfleet training simulation. Do you have what it takes to learn from history?
Announced earlier this year, Perfect World Entertainment's Magic: Legends was originally slated for a PC launch in 2020, with consoles coming later on down the road. However, as we learned today thanks to a development blog by EP Steven Ricossa, that won't be the case.
Magic: Legends has detailed its upcoming plans for monetization thanks to a lengthy post from Executive Producer Stephen Ricossa.
Torchlight III might be a continuation of the ARPG gameplay everyone has come to love in the franchise, but that doesn't seem to be stopping Runic Games from adding new systems to the mix. In a new video, the team highlights their Fort system, giving a glimpse into making the world around you a little bit more to your liking.