The MOP Up: TERA’s creepy cat mounts (November 15, 2015)


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!

This week, Dark Age of Camelot tested a new RvR map, Perfect World International launched a new expansion, TERA released creepy cat mounts, EVE London is a go, and a ton of games dumped trailers at G-Star. Read on for the complete roundup!

Patches and tests

Events and contests

Odds and ends


Late Show host and notorious geek Stephen Colbert made a few jokes at Actiblizz’s expense over its purchase of Candy Crush developer King. [via Kotaku]

TERA added new cat mounts to its cash shop. Very creepy ones.

Elite: Dangerous’ Horizons DLC is in beta!

Civilization Online brought a new trailer to G-Star. [via Steparu]

So did Arpiel Online. Its beta launches in South Korea on December 3rd.

And so did Master X Master – think of it as NCsoft’s Heroes of the Storm. Its open beta has been delayed into 2016.

More G-Star! This one’s from Hyper Universe Online. Steparu has even more vids.

Life is Feudal released a gameplay video and screenshot comparisons. Testing is on the way too! [Thanks, Robert!] The press release says,

More than just a visual upgrade though, the launch release also represents a tremendous leap forward in terms of gameplay, with the improved UI and crafting giving players better tools and knowledge to create, build, and become a vital part of the community.

As seen in the video, the physics-based combat of Life is Feudal: Your Own brings authenticity to the battlefield. Every swing and thrust, including the force of the attack, is controlled by a player’s movements, And, with no lock-on targeting, players must always be mindful of positioning; strategically maneuvering to out-flank opponents and maximize the momentum of attacks.

And don’t forget the aforementioned PWI: War Front; it’s got a launch trailer and new pics too.

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