The MOP Up: Warframe brings Fortuna to Nintendo Switch


Are you jamming with Warframe on the Switch? If so, then this past week you had an extra reason to jam hard, as Digital Extremes released the Fortuna content update on Nintendo’s platform.

“In Fortuna, Nintendo Switch players will meet the new Faction Solaris United to kick off this enormous expansion,” a press release said. “Whether in the underground hub city of Fortuna or on the surface of the Orb Vallis, players can dive into Solaris United’s stories, learn about the plight of The Business, Eudico, Rude Zuud, the crafty Ventkids, and others, and help them rebel against their brutal oppressors.” (Thanks to Sophiskiai for pointing this story out!)

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 covered, drop us a tip)!

The Cycle’s team has overhauled how the game’s station flow works.

Realm Royale’s open beta console launch helped to push the battle royale title to 120,000 concurrent players. [Source: press release]

Shiny Meltan have arrived in Pokemon Go as part of a new event, but the game isn’t playing nice with the Nintendo Switch. (Thanks Pepperzine!)

Pirate101’s latest newsletter is out with plenty of community connections.

Titan Quest is kicking off a closed community beta program: “We would like to take our community up on the offer about helping us testing new builds.”

Two former employees from Wargaming and Riot have formed their own studio called Ganymede Games. No word yet what type of games they’ll be making.

RuneScape has a Double XP weekend coming up on February 22nd through the 25th and is about to release the final entry in the Elite Dungeons Trilogy. Also, if you’re a farmer in the game, why not hire a new farmhand?

A MapleStory producer letter looked ahead at what’s coming for this cartoony MMO, including balance adjustments and cheater crackdowns.

The small Prosperous Universe team gave an update on what it’s been doing since First Access tarted.

This week’s not-disturbing-at-all patch note from War of Rights reads as follows: “Made the player trigger blood footsteps if the player has stepped in a blood pool produced by other players.”

Another month, another login campaign for Final Fantasy XI. Hey, it’s free stuff!

Aion Europe is rolling out a new unified forum system on February 12th. Have fun chatting!

Grim Dawn has an impressive list of features coming in its Forgotten Gods expansion. You gonna play?

What is Ultima Online hinting at with this Rising Tide lore piece?

World War Z showed off its PvPvZ action in its latest trailer:

Nexon is planning to hold a big conference to talk about its upcoming Traha on February 14th:

Trove’s Crystal Combat update is finally live on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and the Subterranean Scramble event is live:

The post-apocalyptic vehicle game Crossout is getting some stunning new graphics:

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