This has been a huge week for WildStar, with Carbine Studios' MMORPG going free-to-play earlier this week. Shacknews recently spoke to creative director Chad Moore to learn more about what to expect in the update, what's changed about the game in the last year, and what players should be on the lookout for in the future.
WildStar now has a date for its free-to-play transition, as the MMORPG will make the jump to the new WildStar Reloaded update at the end of this month, with another beta test set to kick off this Friday.
WildStar is preparing to launch its major free-to-play update, but it needs to go through a round of closed beta testing first, which all subscribers can get into today.
As Carbine Studios announces that WildStar will be coming to China in 2016, the developer has issued many more details on what the big free-to-play update this fall will include.
Carbine Studios has announced that WildStar will go from a subscription-based MMORPG to a free-to-play MMORPG this fall. And that transition will be accompanied by the game's biggest update since its launch.
Carbine Studios has issued details for WildStar's next major update. Prepare for INVASION: Nexus.
The fourth major content update for WildStar is now live, offering something to new players and veterans alike.
Carbine Studios is looking into ways to make WildStar better for all players and that includes a focus on shorter sessions.
Carbine Studios hopes 2015 will be a good one for WildStar and the studio is outlining some of the changes and additions set to come with the game's first update of the new year.
WildStar is adding some new high-level content for solo players and groups with a big update dropping on Tuesday.
Wildstar developer Carbine Studios is reportedly facign a round of layoffs today, and up to 60 employees may be affected.
WildStar will go down on Wednesday to prepare for Megaservers and players will be compensated handsomely for the inconvenience.
Those hoping to celebrate Halloween and Christmas with WildStar were given a pre-emptive lump of coal, with Carbine citing that the team is putting all of its priority on a massive patch set to release in a few weeks.
The next update for WildStar will focus more on PvP by adding a 15v15 battleground map called Daggerstone Pass, which is centered around ticking time bombs.