Those of you who have waited eagerly for the day when everyone can jump into Revelation Online won't have to wait much longer, as the game's open beta is starting up March 6th. Players who purchased one of the game's founder's packs will be able to get in a little bit earlier, to boot. The game also showed off its special skills, which is "break the rules" special rather than "riding a different bus to school" special.
Shall we cover other beta news this week? Yes! Why not? You may join us in a chortle.
- The "kitchen sink" patch for Conan Exiles does not actually add kitchen sinks. It does, however, add a whole lot of stuff to the game just the same, so if you've been taking a break from the game after its launch you might want to go poke around again.
- Another open test weekend is coming around for The Imperial Realm: Miranda, which we would like to note once more is an entire open-world strategy game developed and managed by a single person. That's pretty cool right there.
- The Shards Online development team has dropped the game's NDA in preparation for the game's Steam launch, which also comes with a server wipe. There's also a community roundtable video in which the developers work to build up more hype for the game among fans.
- Looking forward to Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen? The developers have posted a big state of the game update explaining how development has been going while also defending the game's limited selection of class and race combinations.
Yes, that's all a bit quiet, but the list down below can be raucous despite our best efforts to silence it. You can let us know if parts of the list deserve more consideration down in the comments, like if a title has slipped into launch without us catching it. We keep putting up nets but some titles slip through. I suspect there's a hive.