Have your ears been slathered with the luxurious music of Final Fantasy XIV’s Shadowbringers this summer? Then good news for you, as Square Enix is bringing the album on blu-ray this September 11th. It will retail for $50 and include all of the expansion’s music, songs from Patches 4.4 and 4.5, and a code for an in-game pet.
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)!
“How is the water, warriors? It is very important because, this summer, we will meet our comrades-in-arms – the commanders of naval vessels who will join our tankers and pilots in the big summer event. H.E.A.T. begins!” War Thunder is having fun, now with helicopters! And other stuff.
Atlas gave an update about its Blackwood server saves and resets: “We have managed to make already existing savefiles load with this change, however, you will be forced to create a new character and make a new company. Force-joining into the old company will not work. However, you can then reclaim all your structures, ships, and creatures again with the use of admin commands.”
Cabal Online’s Unity update went live this past week with guild dungeons, mission festivals, and an increased level cap for astral bikes and pets.
Maybe Perfect World Mobile might scratch that portable MMO gaming itch. Here’s its story trailer to give you a feel for what lies within.
RuneScape’s studio talked about how it’s bringing the future of web tech to bear.
The first season of KurtzPel’s Probatio is here, and there’s no reason not to get jazzed for it:
World of Warships Legends — that PS4 and Xbone spin-off — is trying to get your interest with this trailer: