The MOP Up: Dark Age of Camelot’s progression server


Dark Age of Camelot recently put up a huge end-of-year Q&A grab bag for you to enjoy, including plans for next year — and what sounds a lot like a progression server.

“Afterward, our alternate server proposal will then be our major developmental focus,” Broadsword posted. “Our original proposal of a subscription-only ‘Classic + Shrouded Isles + Housing’ server that advances (vote-based) through DAoC’s subsequent content is still the plan. We’ll be sharing the details of that server’s ruleset, like which Frontier it will use and what other changes will be involved with it, as we get through 1.127!”

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)!

And if I press it enough time, sometimes there's a story!

Star Wars: The Old Republic marked its 8th anniversary with a lot of developer quotes. Our favorite? “The eight-year anniversary to me means SWTOR has been running for eight years.”

Robot MMO Starbase continues to release a weekly update of patch notes, pictures, and videos for you to peruse. It also wants you to solve the mystery of the number 16.

To give people more time to relax and enjoy real world engagements, Conan Exiles doubled its decay rate through January 20th.

Wurm Online’s got a new update for you to play with: “Long requested features coming with today’s update, the ability to furl sails, and farm underground.”

Get ready for World of Dragon Nest — it’s coming to mobile early next year, and pre-registrations are starting up in Southeast Asia.

Three million bucks are up for grabs in Apex Legends’ Global Series tournament.

Star Wars Galaxies Remastered wiped its old server and is starting over: “SWGRemastered is releasing today. EXP rates will be x4 for combat and x10 for crafting. There is no EXP split, meaning partying up and leveling is encouraged.”

Legend of Mir 3, an MMO that traces its roots back to 2004, just rolled out a new server.

A small card balance update went out for Hearthstone on December 19th.

Rainbox Six Siege is changing up its leadership team:

The second season of Conqueror’s Blade, Wrath of the Nomads, went live with nomadic units:

World of Warcraft is rounding out a year of 15th anniversary celebrations with more self-congratulatory pap:

“Battle waves of progressively challenging zombies, with increasingly bigger rewards for surviving” in World War Z:

Enjoy a colorful anime story from the Warframe universe, courtesy of reader Sophisikai:


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Chris Walker

Looking forward to the progression server for DAoC. Been playing Endless Conquest and having a blast, so will definitely re-sub when the server is live.

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Now i’m curious about Legend of Mir, Wikipedia says the game was closed in 2012, it seems the game is alive because of the community, and in the forum there is open source development, in the same time the game is open in SEA region.

So what’s the story of this MMO?