We’re taking a tour back through our MMO coverage, month by month, to hit the highlights and frame our journey before we launch into 2020 and a whole new decade of MMOs!
If October felt like a year packed into a month, November felt like a decade. We made it through BlizzCon’s Diablo IV and WoW Shadowlands and the studio’s bizarre non-pology; enjoyed the launches of LOTRO’s Minas Morgul, Red Dead Online for PC, and Guild Wars 2’s Whisper in the Dark; saw Blizzard’s finances continue to sink in spite of WoW Classic’s stellar performance; witnessed classic MMO Dark Age of Camelot finally go free-to-play; and cheered for the big reveals of Star Citizen’s CitizenCon and Path of Exile’s ExileCon. Plus, Book of Travels funded on Kickstarter and Pearl Abyss announced a bunch of new MMOs we’re hyped for! (Header pic cheerfully clipped from Jim Sterling’s take on the whole Blizzard thing, which you should definitely watch for a scathing recap.)
Read on for the whole list from November of this past year!