Life Beyond’s recent patch is a spot of good news for budding builders: “With this release, buildings get free energy so you don’t have to add fuel to the AI Core. Additionally, constructions don’t need to be finalized manually!”
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)!
Warframe addressed some concerns about Prime Vaults and what it wants to do in the future.
Heard a rumor that Call of Duty accounts were hacked? Activision says that there’s no evidence this actually happened, so rest easy.
Trove sent out a press release to say that it’s now available in Spanish on the PC.
Warhammer Online: Return of Reckoning updated the game with guild keeps and many other community-requested changes.
C9 reworked its arena to include two modes: normal and ranked battles.
Amazon’s trying its hand at a cloud-based gaming service called Luna that costs $6 a month (for now).
Epic Games threw its support behind the Coalition For App Fairness. “We are joining @AppFairness to defend and reclaim the fundamental rights of all creators. Learn more about how you can challenge the anti-competitive behaviors that exist on today’s app stores,” the company said.
MapleStory M sent out a press release announcing that it added a new class to the mobile game: “Using Demons Force, the Demon Slayer easily turns the tide of battle with his eye-catching skills and one-handed blunt weapons.”
Skyforge said that it’s going to be delaying its equipment and and structure update to the next invasion due to an issue that cropped up.
Fishing finally landed (har har) in AdventureQuest 3D. “If you catch a rare fish, congratulations! These give higher XP, can be used in Fish Snack recipes, and sell for more gold. You’ll know the rarity of the fish by the color of the target area in the mini game.”
Prosperous Universe gave a glimpse into a possible mobile app for the game’s future.
Over a million players have lined up to pre-register for mobile MMO Mir 4 in South Korea. Could this be the biggest launch of the year in that country? And speaking of mobile MMOs, Japan’s Eternal is going into closed beta testing next month.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’s second part of the Battle for the Department of Mysteries event is now live.
Skyforge’s next update will remove strongholds, take might out from equipment, and add new mechanics to the Cathedral and Tower of Knowledge. It’s going through testing right now.
See some more Starbase PvP in action:
Online first-person shooter CROWZ was revealed:
What arrived with MU Origin 2 update 4.1? This video should give you a taste:
Deo Favente pointed us toward Population: One, a virtual reality battle royale:
Settle in for a steamy cup of Star Wars Galaxies community stories and be aware the Legends made some changes to its reporting tool and game policy: