The MOP Up: Dark Age of Camelot widens its F2P doorway


St. Patty’s day is alive and kicking in Dark Age of Camelot through next Wednesday, but the big news here is that Broadsword is inviting more former players than before to participate in its free-to-play offerings.

“As of this posting, the 180-day account inactivity restriction for Endless Conquest eligibility has been reduced to 120 days,” the studio said. “This reduction aligns with the house repossession timer due to account inactivity which will be re-enabled in the upcoming 1.127 Patch.”

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)!

The Warlords of New York update recently landed in The Division 2. As an aside, perhaps it’s time to move out of the city if all this stuff keeps happening?

Star Stable continues to ride to horsey dominance with its own line of published books. Really really.

Survival building game New Frontier is killing off its Asian servers on March 20th.

Revelation Online kicked off Skyfeather Trials as a new type of activity for players to earn powerful rewards.

In the great GeForce Now tug-o-war, Ubisoft has thrown in with the platform. Good news for consumers!

Occupy White Walls introduced a new patch with curation enigmas, 3D asset previews, and sunny skies.

Take a look at Diablo III’s new Season 20 sets and Wurm Online’s March patch. DO. IT. NOW.

Elder Scrolls Blades sez, “Update 1.6.2 is here, featuring several fixes and improvements to quest progression, loadouts, and skull ratings.”

Steam created a “News Hub” so that you can access all of the most important and relevant information while you’re on the go. No time for that meeting, Mr. Dexler, I have to catch up on the News Hub! No, YOU’RE fired!

Google Stadia — yes, it’s still a thing — is bringing The Crew 2 on board. Rev up your engines for excitement, we guess!

“This month, grab your Marauder’s Map and prepare to manage some mischief as you won’t want to be caught off-guard during the wackiest time of the year,” invites Harry Potter Wizards Unite.

Hey guys! Riot Games is totally going to get a handle on player toxicity! For the 1,000th time! Haha I know, it’s a hopeless cause.

Speaking of getting a handle on things, Red Dead Online wants to eliminate those annoying camp glitches.

Swiss destroyers arrive in World of Warships. Wait, did I say Swiss? I meant Swedish. That makes more sense:

Go on a tour of Pirate101’s Privateer:

Everyone’s getting really excited about Archaeology in RuneScape while the Old School edition pushed out a patch that came with “changes to the Nightmare loot table, some bug fixes, the end of Phosani’s Nightmare, and an update with the HiScores situation.”

Take a deeper look into PUBG’s deathmatch mode:

And Lineage 2 Revolution is looking pretty:

The MMO industry pumps out more and more news every year – no site could possibly cover everything. That’s why we gather together all the extras every week in The MOP Up, our a weekly compilation of MMO info we don’t want lost in the cracks of time. Send us your news bits through our tips line!
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