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Allods Online outlines the upcoming Spark Talents system

Why should you stop advancing your character in Allods Online just because you’ve hit the level cap? The game’s next major update is going to let you keep advancing with the introduction of new Spark Talents. Your Spark Level is unlimited, increasing steadily as you earn more Spark Experience; each level requires an escalating amount of experience, but the rate of acquisition is also slowly improving over time.

So how do you get this experience? By doing stuff, naturally. Daily adventures, winning rated combat, completing daily quests, and several other repeatable activities earn you more experience. You can also assign rubies to talents as your level increases, unlocking bonuses to item acquisition, special toys, and of course various bonuses to stats and special abilities. Check out the full rundown if you can’t wait to level up your character, only even more now that you finished the first round of leveling.


The MOP Up: Black Desert’s Ninja arrives in Southeast Asia (February 11, 2018)

The MMO industry moves along at the speed of information, and sometimes we’re deluged with so much news here at Massively Overpowered that some of it gets backlogged. That’s why there’s The MOP Up: a weekly compilation of smaller MMO stories and videos that you won’t want to miss. Seen any good MMO news? Hit us up through our tips line!

Maybe you’ll discover a new game in this space — or be reminded of an old favorite! This week we have stories and videos from Vendetta OnlineWorlds AdriftMonster Hunter WorldHellionRustSkyforgeBlade and SoulPortal KnightsFinal Fantasy XIDreadnoughtPUBGHyper UniverseCrossoutBlack DesertDark and LightH1Z1DauntlessRobocraftFortniteWar of RightsCosmos InvictusUltima Online, and Vendetta Online, all waiting for you after the break!

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Skyforge puts out a call for more community helpers among the playerbase

The player community in Skyforge need people who speak not with the voice of the powers that be, but also not quite with the voice of the average player. People to serve as an important communication bridge between the development team and the average player. To summarize, the team is looking for more Elder Guardians, and they want you.

Assuming, of course, that you are a well-known member of the community with a level head and a history of contribution to the game’s fanbase. If you don’t even play the game, it might be more of a general “you.”

The position of Elder Guardian is strictly a volunteer position, but you do get a special title and the chance to relay communication to and from the development team. It’s sort of like a volunteer group of community managers, in other words. If that sounds like something you’d enjoy doing, feel free to throw your hat into the ring.


Skyforge prepares to roll out its achievement system and asks for more ideas

Achievements! They’re how you track your overall progress through the game, see how many bizarre things you’ve accomplished, and sometimes even earn some fun stuff along the way. So that’s all good. And they’re coming to Skyforge soon, so you can start grabbing some achievements and possibly investigating corners of the game you’ve never had reason to dive into. Or you can quantify your accomplishments as a player based on the stuff you’ve already done, one or the other.

But how can you be sure that the achievements will cover everything important? The answer is that you can’t be sure, but you can take part in the new contest to come up with achievements and send them in. Winners get Argents, special headpieces, and the respect of their peers… by having the achievements added into the game when the system goes live. Although we suspect “win the contest to have an achievement added to the game” is not going to win or be added.


Skyforge modifies its ‘indispensable assistant,’ preps a new season of pantheon wars

Memo to Skyforge: It is acceptable to have up to one (1) decimal point in your patch designation. When you call it “Update,” it’s too far. We’re genuinely curious if you’re just delivering a URL instead.

Anyway, in Skyforge’s Update 0.96.whatever, the devs made a pretty big change to its so-called Indispensable Assistant: “It now enhances healing orbs and emblems. However, it only pulls them towards you without automatically activating them. Given how impactful the changes are, we have withdrawn the module from everybody and reimbursed its cost.”

In whole number news, the fourth season of the game’s Pantheon Wars is getting ready to kick off on February 4th. One big change-up this season is that restrictions are being lifted in the Central Temple Complex, allowing players to use any and all abilities at their disposal in these fights.


Skyforge hints at 2018 plans after a wild ride in 2017

With releases on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, Skyforge has had a tremendously busy 2017. The team took a short breather this past week to list its accomplishments over the year, including the addition of the Revenant class, equipment system, and a trip to the moon.

But what’s coming in 2018? According to the producer’s letter, players should expect a bigger focus on PvP improvements, a reworked interface, and cross-platform patches.

“For 2018 we want to find ways to provide the big updates we have planned (so updates that introduce actual content and features, next to the usual bug fixing and monetisation updates) can be released on all platforms at the same time,” the team said. “This will mean that our development team can better focus on the content they are developing right now, rather than having to support three different content states. More focus will mean better content, fewer bugs and faster delivery.”

Source: Skyforge


Skyforge offers sales, events, and an advent calendar for the winter holiday

In Skyforge, the player characters are deities, and they have to save everyone from everything. That is their lot in life. You’ve no doubt saved people from aliens, saved places from invasion, and saved coupons from being wasted unnecessarily at shopping centers. Now you can also be sure to save Christmas, or the nearest approximation thereof, with the winter events running in the game right now. Attire, boosters, and all the rest await you. (Also snowballs, most likely.)

The game is also running its annual advent calendar, offering daily rewards for players and a larger meta-reward for those who continually check back in. Plus, the game is kicking off sales starting on December 20th, starting with the Knowledge of Enemies sale before moving on to the Hall of Trophies sale and ending with a Celestial Blockbuster sale. (And if you think several of those sound like good band names, well, go start a band.) So there are lots of reasons to feel festive in the game, even if your character Ronald has had less luck with “Ronaldmas” as this year’s holiday.


Skyforge launches a Demonic Dawn on PlayStation 4

Let’s not mince words: You’re going to see lots of updates this month that are all about red suits with white fur linings, snow, green pine trees festooned with ornaments, that sort of stuff. But not in Skyforge on the PlayStation 4, no. There it’s demon time. The game just launched its Demonic Dawn update, and that means fighting demons infected by the sickness out of space, which is also infecting space itself, led by the evil Nihaz.

As is so often the case in Skyforge, you’ll be fighting to push back the demonic invaders on multiple fronts, eventually running through a 10-player instance to take on Nihaz directly and send him and his demonic space-virus from space forces back to where they came from. (Which, again, is space.) Check out a video for the update just below. You might think that all of this space virus stuff is a bit silly, but hey, at least it’s not another update full of reindeer.

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Massively OP Podcast Episode 147: Daybreak but not that one

On this week’s show, Justin and Bree get crazy into minimaps, probably more than you’ve ever heard a podcast talk about the subject. Trust us, it’s a good thing. As the year races to a close, there’s a lot to talk about with new patches, land for sale, the cost of making games, and more!

It’s the Massively OP Podcast, an action-packed hour of news, tales, opinions, and gamer emails! And remember, if you’d like to send in your own letter to the show, use the “Tips” button in the top-right corner of the site to do so.

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Skyforge is out for the Xbox One

Who says that Sony fans get all of the good exclusives for this particular console generation? After all, you can now play a god (possibly of war) in Skyforge on the Xbox One as of today, and that’s not something that… oh, it was on the PlayStation 4 in April. Well, you can still jump in and play it now on your Xbox One just the same, so timing and exclusivity concerns aside, it’s still a good thing.

For those of you who are wholly unfamiliar with Skyforge, it’s a game with 15 classes for players to switch between freely, action combat, and all sorts of action smashy stuff going on as you become a deity to defend your world against all sorts of invasions. It’s also free-to-play, so there’s nothing to lose except for time to give it a shot. The MMO console assault continues unabated.

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Skyforge’s Xbox One early access has begun

Free-to-play sci-fantasy MMORPG Skyforge has semi-launched on the Xbox One, at least kicking off its early access program. The move follows a hop from PC to PlayStation 4 earlier this year. The downside is that to get in today, you’ll have to pick up a founder pack – if not, you’ll be waiting a few more weeks.

“If you don’t have a pack yet but would like to join the early access, it is not too late,” posted today. “The founder’s packs are still available until Skyforge releases on Xbox One on November 29th.” The bundles run from a $14.99 starter pack all the way up to a $79.99 gold founder pack stuffed with class unlocks, cash-shop currency, and two months of sub time. All packs come with early access, while the larger preorder bundles include additional cosmetics.

We’ve included the announcement pics below along with today’s new launch trailer. Anyone planning to pick it up on Xbox?

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Skyforge is launching early access for Xbox One on November 10

Skyforge’s ambitions just can’t be tamed: First it launched on PC, then it came to the PlayStation 4 earlier this year. Now it’s set its sights on Xbox One, as has just announced the free-to-play sci-fi fantasy MMORPG will land on yet another platform worldwide “this year.” What does that mean? Soon indeed, since we’re down to a dwindling number of months left in 2017. The preorders, which are live already, give us a clue: Early access begins on November 10th. The bundles run from a $14.99 starter pack all the way up to a $79.99 gold founder pack stuffed with class unlocks, cash-shop currency, and two months of sub time. All packs come with early access, while preorders include additional cosmetics.

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Enter to win a Skyforge PS4 Revenant Quickplay Pack from and MOP!

Hey, Skyforge players! Are you having fun with the newly launched Revenant class? You know, that “mighty warlord, appropriately adorned with impressive armor and wielding a ghastly two-handed axe, which siphons the life from its enemies using vile shadow magics, assuming it hasn’t simply butchered opponents into a gory mess first”?

Oh, what’s that? You don’t have the Revenant class yet? Welp, you’re in the right giveaway! Thanks to, Massively OP’s got a nice bundle of Skyforge goodies to hand out to our PS4 readers (PC folks, you can sit this one out)!

Fifty winners of this week’s raffle will be taking home a Revenant Quickplay Pack, which includes the Revenant class unlock as well as three days of Premium Subscription time. Please note that the codes will work only for Skyforge’s North American PS4 edition.

Read on to enter to win!

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