For those starving in the Secret Worlds Legends content wasteland of 2019, there was at least the single-player spin-off Moons of Madness to enjoy. Unless you were a console player, of course, in which case you had to wait. And you will continue to wait.
“It’s with a heavy heart that we have to announce that the console release of Moons of Madness has been moved to March 24, 2020,” said Funcom last week. “This is so we have more time to optimize the game for consoles. We understand and apologize for the frustrations this may cause.”
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)!
Torchlight Frontiers teased another relic that it’s making for launch — Iceheart. Insert ex-girlfriend/boyfriend joke here.
Wakfu wants your opinion on level 200+ content, wild PvP, and enchantment. Take the survey! Or don’t, you’re a big boy/girl/cybernetic assassin.
Hey you! Neverwinter really wants your thoughts on what might make the content in its game more accessible.
NCsoft is going nuts with a new policy in Aion, Blade & Soul, and Lineage II: “In an effort to increase transparency and to encourage all players to be more careful when upgrading or purchasing in-game items, we’ve introduced a token-based restoration policy.”
The Division 2 gave players a heads-up on “sweeping changes to gear” coming in a future update, which will spell the end of the budget system and bring in “god rolls.”
Darkfall: Rise of Agon has been pumping out several patches lately, including this one: “Today’s patch includes some fixes for issues with yellow zones, dynamic loot overhaul and some other small changes. There are also some new limited edition dye colors and the frozen polearm skin set has been added to the Nithron Store.” Also, there was a more recent one that improved the PvE experience.
Here’s why one game about teenage bullying decided that it would go exclusive on Google Stadia.
The console version of Conan Exiles has been patched up to parity with the PC. For now. For now.
The Prosperous Universe team actually met together for a three-day summit to hammer out game design.
“Using a normal mount as an appearance mount with an flying illusion as your primary mount will now allow your render mounts option to function.” I’m assuming that EverQuest II players know what this patch note is actually saying.
A new elemental burster Fallen Light crashed into KurtzPel last week:
Look at them new master-class moves that Elsword’s characters are getting:
British cruisers are testing the waters of World of Warships’ early access:
Don’t give MapleStory M any Shade. Actually, please do, since it’s a new playable character:
Mabinogi Heroes (Vindictus) revealed a lot of what’s coming for the game’s 10th anniversary, including character bond skills and a new characters named Lethor:
Nexon’s mobile Counterside is about ready to hit us, as it’s coming on February 4th: