The MOP Up: Naruto Slugfest steps up to bat


Naruto Slugfest, the mobile MMO based on the hit franchise, just activated a soft early access launch, with no wipe to follow. Players can train up their team of ninja and duke it out on iOS and Android devices as they level up one of four classes.

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 upcoming Profane wants to help you understand the crazy things that NPCs do, like go about their lives in virtual villages.

Revelation Online rolled out a new series of battle companions, so go snap these three up to boost your gameplay.

“We are rolling back some back-end changes from our last patch to remedy some latency issues,” said APB Reloaded.

“Content creators” can apply to PlanetSide 2 to get special fancy camera privileges.

Haxity, a cyberpunk-themed card battler, is coming to early access on May 26th: “Draft, punch and hack your way through the city as you fight to survive in this roguelite deck-builder card game. Fight online, challenge your friends or terminate the AI. Slot, hack and execute, welcome to Haxity!” (Thanks Xavier!)

The small dev team of Prosperous Universe is trying to get into the headspace of new players.

Easter celebrations are underway in Grand Fantasia. Find all them eggs!

Update 17 arrived for Hearthstone with updates to the Priest, battlegrounds, and hall of fame.

Pasha wrote in to let us know that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint just slapped down its massive 2.0 update with a new ghost experience.

A bunker was discovered in Destiny 2. This is noteworthy: “Doors, once hidden, open on the lunar surface revealing another Seraph Bunker in Rasputin’s network. Guardians have begun exploring it to see what upgrades lie within.”

Bored? Here are 15 interesting things to go do in AdventureQuest 3D right the heck now.

If you’re looking for another Asian mobile MMO to try, there’s always Eternal Sword M. The “M” stands for “maybe I’ll give it a go?”

Riders of Icarus is getting ready to transfer its Taiwan service to a new operator. Here are the details.

Mortal Online is helping us cope with the quarantine by, um, posting pictures of virtual nature and reminding us all what we can’t have right now. That’s going to tip the battle in humanity’s favor.

MU Online is preparing another Arcadia speed server, giving players a faster and more lucrative path to leveling.

A fan made this trailer for First Star Online 3:

Go on a 90-minute tour of Zelda-esque Genshin Impact:

Do you have an anger problem? So did the Vikings, who took out their fury in War Thunder for some reason:

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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