Riot Games’ digital card game Legends of Runeterra made a big splash this past week as it released its first big expansion.
“The Call of the Mountain expansion arrives with a new region—Targon—as well as 89 collectible cards, seven champions, and a variety of new features & content across the game. Try out new champions and strategies in the Discover Targon Lab, or pioneer your own path upon the mountain.”
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)!
Crucible’s August 12th patch adjusted the Lurker “with territorial behaviors to create a more threatening and engaging encounter.”
Ubisoft showed off some creative ways that The Division 2 fans are expressing their love of the game.
Frontier’s new games label, Frontier Foundry, just put out its first two games: “They are time-twisting turn-based combat strategy shooter Lemnis Gate, and physics-based co-op platformer Struggling.”
Nexon is hiring for both an unnamed PC MMORPG and a mobile game. The new MMO is vaguely described as “an AAA-class masterpiece game that can satisfy users in all aspects such as content and visuals.”
Helicopter fighter sim Heliborne upgraded to Heliborn: Enhanced Edition with many improvements and a $30 price tag:
Metin2 has a new expansion coming next month called Conquerors of Yohara. According to Gameforge’s press release, the expansion “will add an entirely new continent packed to the brim with ferocious bosses, new high-level dungeons, and a fresh, innovative conquest system.”
Finally, Wakfu wants to show you something:
— WAKFU EN (@WAKFU_EN) August 26, 2020