We’ve known for a while now that Monster Hunter World was a beast of a game, both in popularity and sales. But it’s good to be reminded of just how well this title is doing, especially considering that its latest DLC, Iceborne, sold 2.8 million copies since September. And that’s just on console, as the PC release won’t happen until January 2020.
“Capcom also attributed rising profits to the continued success of Monster Hunter World — which has surpassed 14 million units sold worldwide,” Games Industry said.
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)!
Skyforge answered a ton of player questions, including those concerning class rebalance passes, avatar’s artifacts, and story points.
Dark Age of Camelot has begun testing its free-to-play Endless Conquest as well as veteran rewards.
The best MMO class ever is finally here — Aura Kingdom players can roll up Rock Stars. “The Rock Star class starts right at Level 85, so that players can delve straight into the musical fight. With the power of rock they can give mighty powers to their skills.”
Lineage 2 Revolution is doing a crossover event starring Ni no Guni.
The adorably blocky Broke Protocol is closing in on its 1.0 build, with public testing coming soon.
Here’s something no one has gotten to say in a while: The Swedes are invading! War Thunder added the first aircraft from this country to the game with its most recent update.
Perfect World’s third-person survival action shooter Remnant just crossed one million sales, which is impressive for a $40 product. [Source: press release]
“Laborers can now be converted into Laborer Contracts,” said Albion Online. “This allows laborers to be moved between buildings and zones, as well as to be bought and sold via the Marketplace. ”
Whoops! Riders of Icarus seems to have misplaced some players’ characters. Whoops indeed.
Otherland’s upcoming patch messes with NPC’s minds: “We changed how certain NPC data is processed resulting in a significant decrease of enemy reaction times or how quick NPCs change their states which in turn allows NPCs to react to player position changes much faster.”
Old School RuneScape’s mobile version is celebrating its first birthday: “We’re cooking up a storm with our first birthday cake event today and invite all players to come and get a slice of the celebratory action. The past 12 months have been hugely successful for Old School RuneScape on mobile, with more than 8 million installs and winning a prestigious BAFTA award, which really was the icing on the cake.”
Buying some bootleg Fortnite toys? Epic Games wants to shut that down in time for the Christmas season.
PUBG season five is live on consoles. “Season 5 features improvements to Miramar, including updated loot, map objects, terrain, and a new built-in 2.7x scope on the map-themed Win94 repeater rifle:”