King Oswald Thorn has returned to unleash terror upon Guild Wars 2.
The next big piece of story content for Blade & Soul is coming this week with the debut of the Silverfrost expansion, as Shacknews heads to GDC 2016 to learn more about what's coming to NCSoft's martial arts MMORPG.
Blade & Soul is preparing its next big update, with a whole new playable class and some challenging new dungeon content.
Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns has been exploring a whole new world since October, but now it's time to take some of those skills back to Tyria as part of the big Winter update.
The martial arts-based MMORPG from NCSoft is off to a huge start out west.
The free-to-play martial arts MMORPG, Blade & Soul, has been a big hit in Eastern countries, but now it has an official release date for the West.
Legendary armor isn't going to make itself and players will be able to earn the first piece of theirs by completing the first Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns raid, which is set to begin next week.
Guild Wars 2 is preparing to expand into the Heart of Thorns on October 23, but for those that aren't ready to make the plunge, Tyria is about to celebrate the Halloween season on the same day.
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.
With only weeks to go before Blade & Soul kicks off its closed beta, NCSoft is going more in-depth with the game's classes, starting with the Blade Master.
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.
Those that need to catch up before Guild Wars 2 releases the Heart of Thorns expansion will now find it easier to do so, since the base game will now be free to everyone.
The first public beta is over and it looks like ArenaNet liked what they saw, because Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns now has a release date.
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.
If you've pre-ordered Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns, your first opportunity to jump into the expansion's beta will come next weekend during Gamescom.
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.
While Blade & Soul's in-game content will largely follow what's available in Eastern regions, there's one key difference that the Western version of the game will have.
Those looking to get a taste of Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns' new PvP mode will be able to do so with a public beta set to kick off this Tuesday.
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.
The western world has had its share of MMORPGs, but NCSoft has a new entry to the genre that's quite different. This fall, the publisher will localize the popular eastern MMO called Blade & Soul, introducing players to a world of martial arts fantasy.