Bear is not happy. Sure, Bear just got shot and is experiencing a lower quality of life than a few seconds before, but that’s not really what’s bothering him. No, it’s the thought of the impending apocalypse of a server wipe that is washing over this early access title.
As a matter of fact, Bear is no more, because the official servers were wiped back on April 23rd. “This will help immeasurably with stability,” the team said, “as well as reset progress on anyone who has exploited in the past. We will also be shutting down some servers to help keep each remaining server population at a healthy number. ”
And 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)!
Otherland is asking players for feedback as to what should be worked on or fixed next. Let them know!
Post-apocalyptic vehicular title Crossout has been busy as of late, with a look at the character of Spike, a player contest, the Sandy Gulf map, and more story content.
ARK Mobile is integrating a useful taming app in its next update. Gotta catch ’em all!
MU Origin 2 now is taking pre-registrations for its Android version.
Make sure you log in and claim your Lineage II anniversary appreciation packs with “helpful in-game items.”
Wakfu would like to take you on a tour around Bonta. Sounds like a charming place, that.
The recent Exposure update for Hellion required a follow-up patch to eradicate the glitches that plagued this new system.
Toram Online is doing a crossover with the anime series Re: ZERO, giving players a chance to loot anime skins from now through May 23rd. [Source: Press release]
You can now purchase Funcom’s Mutant Year Zero on GOG.com if that is your preferred digital games platform of choice.
World of Warships introduced new Soviet battleships.
The Legends have returned to MapleStory M, and you can fight them all in this new PvP dungeon:
Path of Exile and Amazon Prime are teaming up to give players some free cosmetic options with a one-month Prime trial:
Ascent: Infinite Realm will feature a fair bit of air-to-air combat — and this gameplay video shows you how this will look:
Magic the Gathering launched War of the Spark.
The “Reverse Update” is here for MU Origin — check out everything you’re in for: