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Learn how to amass your league of laborers so you don’t have to expend your own energy doing so.
You'll soon be able to adventure through an MMO VR world once the Alterverse Project is launched.
Sony's open-world zombie MMO, H1Z1, is coming along, but is not close to ready for public consumption, given SOE's decision to push back the anticipated Early Access build. In the meantime, Shacknews got to check out some of what's been added since our last preview.
Sony Online Entertainment is adding a grand lore to H1Z1, centered around ancient and recent historical events. Shacknews dives deep into the story of the upcoming MMO survival game.
The upcoming console release of The Elder Scrolls Online may have been delayed. Bethesda's official FAQ mentioned a six month delay.
CCP announced at EVE Fanfest over the weekend that the upcoming summer update, Kronos, will kick off much more frequent updates.
While Sony Online Entertainment's MMOs are free-to-play, the company offers subscriptions, entitling players to a number of benefits. Starting today, the company plans on doing away with game subscriptions, giving all paid members access to premium content across all of their games.
H1N1 is Sony Online Entertainment's ambitious zombie-themed MMO. Game designer Jimmy Whisenhunt and technical director Tom Schenck appeared on the game's Twitch channel to walk players through its crafting, day and night cycles, and combat.
Today, CCP has announced that it has canceled World of Darkness, and will be cutting 56 jobs from its Atlanta studio. "The decision to end the World of Darkness MMO project is one of the hardest I've ever had to make," CEO Hilmar Veigar Pétursson said in a statement.
Sony Online Entertainment will reveal a new MMO tonight. Called H1Z1, the game will allow players "to take on the role of an apocalypse survivor who is in a world that is filled with zombies."
"We're not trying to make a game that everybody who plays games will automatically buy," Bethesda said.
"SWG PLAYERS - OUR NEXT GAME (not announced yet) IS DEDICATED TO YOU. Once we launch it... you can come home now."
While Sony Online Entertainment's MMOs are free-to-play, the company offers subscriptions, entitling players to a number of benefits. Starting April, the company plans on doing away with game subscriptions, giving all paid members access to premium content across all of their games.
Online games eventually come to an end. For a number of Sony Online Entertainment's games, that time is sooner than later. Four games will be "sunset," so that the company can "refocus our resources on other areas in the best interest of our company and player community."
RuneScape developer Jagex has announced a new "Pay-through-Play" model for the long-running MMO, letting players buy "Bonds" that can be traded and spent on premium content.
"For Blizzard it makes sense [to go free-to-play] at some point," lead designer Tom Chilton said.
The team behind Transformers Universe has been hit with layoffs. Jagex says it won't "adversely impact" the game, but a source claims that hitting the release target is putting pressure on the company.