This year, we’re taking a time-machine back through our MMO coverage, month by month, to hit the highlights and frame our journey before we head into 2016.
BlizzCon dominated November 2015 with details on World of Warcraft’s Legion expansion and its beta that apparently was not going to start “within weeks” of the con after all. The game’s sub dip was barely noticed amid news that Actiblizz had bought up Candy Crush dev King and opened a TV and movie studio.
Meanwhile, Funcom was granted a financial reprieve (and put it to good use), CCP raised money for VR, Guild Wars 2 got raids, and Bless and The Repopulation suffered delays. Read on for the rest of November’s top MMO news and editorials.