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The third season of Defiance will launch on Syfy in a couple of months, which means it’s nearly time for the MMO shooter set in the same universe to update, too. Hopefully you’ve got a good breakout plan, because Defiance is about to send all Arc Hunters to Alcatraz.
Attention all Ark Hunters who couldn’t muster enough Scrip to purchase Defiance for the Xbox 360: The game has now gone free-to-play on your console of choice, joining the PlayStation 3 and PC crowd in the magical realm of no upfront cost gaming.
Get your gear and meet me in the roller, Arc hunters, because it’s time to venture into uncharted territory as Trion World’s announces the latest expansion to its free-to-play online third-person MMO shooter, Defiance.
The life of an Ark hunter is about to get a lot more interesting as a whole new crop of adventurers get ready to head to the wastelands of San Francisco in hopes of earning fame and fortune. That’s right, kiddies, Defiance has finally gone free-to-play on PC.
Defiance, the MMO shooter inspired by the SyFy television show, will be going free-to-play this summer on all platforms.
The first season of the Defiance television show may have wrapped up this past Monday, but the game is still going strong. And with a second season of the show in the works, a new promotion is underway that will allow one player's character to actually get written into the show.
The MMO third-person shooter world of Defiance is already pretty dang big. There's a large map to explore, loads of missions and side quests to undertake and lots of options for co-op and competitive multiplayers to have a good time. It looks like the game is about ready to get just a little bit bigger, though, as Executive Producer Nathan Richardsson announces details on the first of five DLC updates planned for this year.
A satirical article has popped up online proposing a very interesting idea: What if the “winner” of Defiance had a chance to helm the television show airing on the Syfy channel? The very thought fills my head with swirling ideas involving all the worst of the worst from the internet gaming community.
Syfy and Trion World's Defiance MMO shooter game has managed to make it onto the top 20 list for the most played games in April, grabbing the number 9 spot. This is probably great news for the duo who teamed up to offer gamers and sci-fi aficionados a tie-in, cross-media game and TV show. Free-to-play shooter Warframe also made the list with a massive 42 spot jump since first debuting.
Gamers have created over one million accounts for MMO shooter Defiance, publisher Trion Worlds announced this weekend. The game, inspired by the SyFy show of the same name, launched a month ago on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Defiance, the third-person shooter MMO from Trion Worlds that just so happens to cross worlds with the new television show on Syfy by the same name, is offering players the chance to have their likeness appear in an upcoming episode of the show.
A new trailer from Syfy and Trion Worlds for the recently released third-person MMO shooter, Defiance, has made it onto the netwaves and it features the music from composer Bear McCreary, a name that might resonate well within the niches of geek culture as the man behind the music for Battlestar Galactica.
Today is the day Sci-Fi nerds and shooter fans have been waiting for, doubly so if you happen to belong to both groups of fandom. Trion Worlds’ third-person shooter MMO is finally here, meaning that Ark Hunters the world over can finally gear up and step into the open world of Defiance.
It's a very light week for brand new games on the PlayStation Network but, given how packed the first quarter of 2013 has been, I think we can forgive only having a few titles to blow our money on from time to time. This week's game to watch is Defiance, the third-person shooter MMO from Trion Worlds.
Those looking to jump into Trion Worlds’ upcoming third-person shooter MMO, Defiance, next week will likely want to bone up on the history of the new online world they’re about to call home. Luckily, some creative folks have already started building up Defiance’s history, which can be found in the form of a handful of nifty articles leading up to the game’s events.