This week, Halloween finally kicks into high gear throughout the indie MMOverse with events and contests galore.
This week, several MMOs shut down their beta servers in advance of their official release, Merfolk come to Chimeraland, and Prospectors have to deal with a Cataclysm - and more!
This week, Foxhole is finally going 1.0, Chimeraland gets a new fairy evolution, and players finally get a chance to try out the updated world map for Gloria Victis.
Each week, we scour the internet for all things indie MMO-related so you don't have to. This week is jam-packed with Alpha and Beta test news. There are also a couple of special events going on, along with the usual roundup of patches and updates. With so much to cover, let's quit wasting time and get started with this week's Indie MMO Spotlight.
So, um, a new patch for Wurm Online, will let you know when you're inbreeding creatures. Yeah so that's a thing. Here are the patch details.
Recent patch notes for Wurm Online have brought several bugfixes along with changes to the Altered Prayer skill.
The latest patch for Wurm Online brings several changes, including several notable changes to item sacrificing.
Wurm Online is a Sandbox MMO developed by Code Club AB, which re-released on Steam July 24th, with a new player tutorial and UI improvements. While the new player experience is simple and easy to follow, it still leaves much to be desired. But is this game "the ultimate sandbox MMORPG" for new players in 2020... well, yes and no, read on to find out more.
Wurm Online has had what some would describe as a tumultuous launch on Steam. As servers aimed to go live with a bang on July 24th, players were met with a wriggle of frustration as errors prevented players from getting into the game.