The MOP Up: WildStar suffers another indignity

Take care.

Miss WildStar? Well at least there’s the soundtrack to listen to on various sites, right? Nope! Apparently NCsoft pulled the acclaimed score from sites like iTunes and Spotify without any warning.

Composer Jeff Kurtenacker, who doesn’t get any royalties from the OST sales, is just as confused as anyone else: “It’s frustrating. I’m not sure what the answer is but I’m trying to get in touch with people who know what’s going on […] I do want to figure out how to get this thing back out there. The fans deserve it.”

This is just the beginning of the rest of the news! Read on for a roundup of other smaller MMO news stories and videos from this past week in this edition of The MOP Up (and if you don’t see a news story that we should have, drop us a tip)!

Get your online anime gaming fix with the upcoming KurtzPel, which is coming to early access sometime the first quarter this year with small group PvE and PvP content. [Thanks Alexkayl!]

Just getting into Warframe? Here’s a quick primer on everything that’s coming and happening to the popular online game in 2019.

Pirates and ninja are duking it out in Realm Royale’s latest update.

One of Prosperous Universe’s developers wrote a thought-provoking essay on UI design over at Gamasutra.

Grab the latest issue of Guild Wars 2’s GuildMag and see what the community is up to! And don’t miss the start of PvP League Season 15 next week.

Conan Exiles moved a whole heck of a lot of its servers last Tuesday, so check to see if yours has a new mailing address.

Closers’ development roadmap takes you all the way through June with a new story season.

Present… arms! War of Rights’ latest update adds that particular emote, snowy footprints, and more.

Ghosts are ravaging Dark Age of Camelot (at least until February 6th) — will you bust them?

The Vikendi map has finally arrived on console for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

Are you a fan of The Dragon Prince? Netflix’s animated series is being made into an online multiplayer title.

Niantic just wrapped up another round of fundraising with an insane amount raked in — $245 million, to be exact. That should help this year’s Harry Potter: Wizards Unite launch, eh?

EverQuest’s Fallen Gate server got a couple more content unlocks from its latest expansion.

World War Z, the game set in the book/movie, added a bunch of new screenshots for you eye candy addicts.

Neverwinter’s Heart of Fire module has landed on console after its PC release a while back:

Old School RuneScape has an old-school soundtrack to go with its newest area:

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