MMO Year in Review: Dragon Bones, Funcom’s revival, and the politics of lockboxes (February 2018)

    
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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 2019!

As the smallest month of the year, February might be expected to have an undersized quantity of notable news, but nope. We saw politicians taking up the lockbox cause, big financial news for Funcom and Pearl Abyss, the launch of Elder Scrolls’ Online’s Dragon Bones DLC, major updates for Guild Wars 2 and Warframe, the announcement for the Defiance reboot, and the first whispers of trouble ahead for H1Z1.

Read on for the whole list from February of this past year!

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Arktouros

Wow look at all that wonderful coverage for all those lockbox gambling regulation. Oh boy surely this was the start of the end of the lockboxes entirely. I bet these bills are alive and well and just passing through their states legislation. I mean Chris Lee wasn’t at all grandstanding for political points during a major event that impacted a large group of people.

I just can’t wait to be reminded of all those articles over the next few days of how oustanding Chris Lee, champion of gamers everywhere and full of witty remarks and quips about the ESA, just doesn’t let this one go and sticks with it to the bitter end.