The MOP Up: Nexon’s Project V4 aims to be the best-looking MMO in your pocket

    
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Nexon gave a preview of Project V4 at a media preview event lately, and this fantasy MMO looks like one of the most shiny and photo-realistic online games to hit mobile. Developed by Nat Games, Project V4 should be launching in Korea this November.

V4 is developed using Unreal Engine 4, and there game itself is quite large with many systems,” the team said. “Hence, it is indeed not a low-spec mobile game. For a smooth experience, devices such as Samsung Galaxy S7 or Apple iPhone 7 is required.”

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 had to delay a patch until this week, but it ran a special event last week to make up for it.

“Phinigel has unlocked Veil of Alaris!” the EverQuest team announced. “Time to take a scenic blimp ride from the Steamfont Mountains to Argath, maybe take the time to learn a new language, or tour the City of Bronze.”

Read up on all of the exciting events that happened at the FFXIV fan festival in Shanghai!

The Cycle is performing its last wipe ever (fingers crossed) as it transitions into a constantly running server with two new archetypes.

H1Z1’s latest PS4 battle royale patch added a gas ring, weapons fixes, and a bunch of new crate types.

Old School RuneScape outlined the new rewards for its Last Man Standing mode.

Seasons are coming to Conqueror’s Blade this fall: “These limited-time events will introduce a whole new dimension to the free-to-play tactical MMO, delivering a heaping helping of medieval madness to new players, and a full-blown cavalry charge of challenge and epic rewards for veteran warlords.”

Dark and Light is doubling its harvest rate through August 22nd, so get out there and collect already!

Cold Iron Studios, made up of former Cryptic devs, is hiring a senior producer to build an Aliens title for PC and console.

Aether, PvP bans, and seeds and event rewards were all on tap for Aion: Legions of War’s most recent patch.

AdventureQuest 3D pushed out a bunch of hotfixes and new dance emotes this past week.

Thanks to the end of the Chinese approval freeze, publisher Tencent has seen its revenues rise significantly.

Bless Unleashed wants to spin you a yarn about the very creation of the world. Then maybe some actual knitting, I dunno. Why don’t more games have knitting as a profession?

The Prosperous Universe team is hard at work on a new look at the game: “With the F2P trailer, we are now finally working on a trailer that marries artworks and gameplay while not parodying the hell out of us. I already added the first draft of music and sound design to it, and it’s shaping up nicely.”

Busy in The Elder Scrolls Online’s Scalebreaker dungeons? You might bump into Chevalier Renald, one of the new NPCs of this DLC.

Take a look at the beauty that is TERA Classic:

Elsword’s Re:boot campaign continues, now with a new dungeon:

The Kamael are due to become the sixth playable race in Lineage 2 Revolution:

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Godnaz

Do you people not have phones?

To browse MoP and watch YouTube, I do. Leaving the mobile gaming to Asia.

Alyn
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Alyn

“It’s diamonds in your pockets one week, macaroni and cheese the next.” Jolene Blalock

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Robert Mann

So many game companies want to get into our pants… but they haven’t even come close to convincing me. I guess if I couldn’t have a tablet or a decent book on a long commute, maybe. XD

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mpandu.nky

I’ve only very recently gotten into mobile MMOs due to longer work commute. I’m surprised at the production value, frequency of updates, and graphics quality. Sure there’s autoplay & P2W, but there’s 30-40mins of good fun to be had every day in these games.

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Sorenthaz

With a name like V4 I almost hoped it’d be a Vindictus sequel. Alas.