secret world legends

Play Secret World Legends
Official Site: Secret World Legends
Studio: Funcom
Launch Date: July/August 2017
Genre: Modern Horror Hybrid Themepark (replacement for The Secret World)
Business Model: Hybrid B2P (Optional Sub, Cash Shop)
Platform: PC

See also: The Secret World

April Fools’ Day 2017: Hijinks across the MMOverse

If you don’t like tricks and jokes, just stop reading right now, turn the lights off, and go climb back into bed. Nothing on the internet is going to bring you joy today, so just sit this one out. Trust us.

For everyone else, there’s April Fools’ Day! Follow along as we rattle off all the great MMORPG pranks and events we’ve found so far this morning.

Read more

The Daily Grind: Are you excited about Secret World Legends?

I quite like the setting behind The Secret World, and the game had some very neat ideas about progression and character builds. For my money, that didn’t make up for atrocious combat and somewhat lopsided balance issues, but it meant that I was quite excited to hear about Secret World Legends back when it was just “the relaunch for The Secret World.”

Now, though? I don’t know. The announcement seems like it lacks a lot of substantive statements like what the future is for The Secret World or what precisely differentiates the two; is Secret World Legends built more like a single-player game where you can invite friends? How much is shared online by default? Is content only coming to this version from now on? Yes, I’ve read the press releases and interviews multiple times, but there’s still a lot of vagueness and implications that don’t really deliver much in the way of firm answers.

I’m still cautiously optimistic, of course, because the idea of the base game with better combat is appealing, but there’s a lot that is unfortunately unclear and offers space to worry and be confused. What about you, readers? Are you excited about Secret World Legends?

Read more

Exclusive Interview: Funcom on the Secret World Legends reboot and the end of updates for The Secret World

Don’t miss this morning’s explainer piece on The Secret World’s reboot as Secret World Legends, now a “shared world action RPG.”
You wanted answers, we’ve got answers! As soon as Funcom sent us the press release and the FAQ about the launch of Secret World Legends and its effect on The Secret World, we fired off some questions to get more details and some clarification. Game Director Romain Amiel has now expounded on different aspects of both games for us, including the use of the Ability Wheel, changes to progression, Grandmaster status in both games, future development, and more. Here’s what he had to say.

(Bad news spoiler: Your hopes of having continued content in The Secret World or a new graphics engine have the same lifespan as an Orochi agent.)

Read more

Funcom reboots The Secret World as Secret World Legends, a ‘shared-world action RPG’

Raise your hand if you felt trepidation as well as hope when Funcom announced during that last investor call that it was relaunching The Secret World? Fans have been yearning for more TSW conspiracy goodness and system improvements for so long. But the community has definitely feared the game changing away from what makes it so unique; the word “NGE” was bandied about more than once. What if we told you that it is not just different but a brand-new game altogether — that the relaunch is really more like a launch-launch?

Yep, Funcom is announcing this morning that it’s rebooting The Secret World as Secret World Legends, basically a brand-new game with its MMORPG parts minimized. Whether that statement fills you with excitement or dread, keep reading for all the details we have, including the official FAQ.

Read more

1 20 21 22