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ZeniMax Online and Bethesda have some new content planned for the MMO The Elder Scrolls Online. It's called The Dark Brotherhood and is scheduled to come out on May 31 for PC and Mac, with the Xbox One and PS4 editions to follow a month later.
At long last, we finally have some details pertaining to what actually happened to Blizzard Entertainment’s cancelled follow-up to World of Warcraft, the mysterious project known only as Titan.
Usually six months after a game's release the publisher abandons it and moves on to something else, unless it's Call of Duty or an MMO type game. Well that's not Nintendo's motto. They're still pumping out new stuff for Super Mario Maker ranging from special costumes to brand new difficulty settings, all to expand the game's replay values.
Ubisoft has just rolled out the content roadmap for The Division, the highly anticipated third-person shooter that drops on March 8th. While a lot of MMO-type games have a problem with producing end-game content, Ubisoft has already set out a year's worth of content to keep gamers coming back for more.
Worlds Adrift was already looking like an impressive physics-based MMO, but now the team at Bossa Studios have announced a bunch of community features that should make the game even more fun to play with a group of friends.
Blizzard is trying something new with boosting up the appeal of the flailing subscriber base of World of Warcraft: they could be offering up a bundle pack of all previously released expansion packs of WoW for people who decide to go to see the upcoming movie.
Carbine Studios and NCSoft have announced that they have big plans for the future of their free-to-play MMO, WildStar Online. The game will be making the leap to Valve's popular digital distribution platform, Steam. In addition to arriving on Steam there is a huge update inbound called Destination Arcterra.
A new video from the limited closed beta of The Division showcases the game's emote system for the PS4 and Xbox One. Gamers are able to see what sort of emotive reactions they can unleash while roaming around in the apocalyptic setting of Ubisoft's upcoming third-person, MMO shooter.
World of Warcraft has been a part of the video game industry for quite some time, and has transformed multiple times to get to where it is today. One thing the movie will have is top-notch audio, but one user decided to dub the movie trailer with old-school, in-game World of Warcraft sounds effects, and it’s hilarious. Check out the video below.
Voice actress and television star Sian Blake was found dead with her two children, ages eight and four, at their home in London, England. The 43-year-old was known for her role in the British TV series EastEnders, as well as voicing the character Yugiri in the Square Enix MMO, Final Fantasy XIV.
Starting February 11, EA and BioWare will release Star Wars: The Old Republic's next chapter in the ongoing Knights of the Fallen Empire saga. The newest chapter features a brand new companion along with some bonus rewards for subscribers.
It looks like Square Enix is about to usurp the crown from Blizzard as far as active registered members go for a subscription based MMO. The company recently revealed that Final Fantasy XIV has more than 5 million registered players following the release of the big expansion pack Heavensward.
The highly anticipated launch of the alpha for Camelot Unchained has been delayed. How delayed? Well, it's not a delay by a few days but a delay by a substantial amount of time because the team hit a snag with a massive bug that's causing some unidentifiable crashing.
“Swatting” is one of those terrible events where someone makes a prank call to get the SWAT team to raid someone's home based on false information. Well, as has been the case over the course of the last few months, another gamer has been on the receiving end of a “swatting” prank while live-streaming.
We've written about it before but now it's becoming a reality. Capcom is intent on extending Dragon's Dogma brand scope by taking it from the confines of a standalone action-RPG and pushing it into the risky world of massive multiplayer online games.