Final Fantasy XIV’s soundtrack is downright legendary — and now it’s gotten even better, thanks to the game’s first “remix” album that was just released.
“This work includes 14 songs carefully selected from the adventures of the warriors of light,” Square Enix said. “Enjoy the music of FFXIV, which has been reborn in various genres such as Future Bass, Dubstep, House, Techno Pop, Electro Swing, and more!”
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)!
EVE Online announced that it will be re-launching in Japan in the “near future” with full localization and support for the country.
Legends of Aria is throwing a Halloween decoration contest: “You can decorate your house, a houseless plot, or just create a new unique item out of existing items throughout the world.”
“A hotfix to PC is out now,” Conan Exiles reported. “This addresses a few issues with NPC pathing as well as a much-requested fix regarding clans being unable to interact with altars and braziers.”
World of Warships beefed up its U.S. battleship arsenal with the Tier VIII Kansas and the Tier IX Minnesota.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite players will be venturing up Knockturn Alley during the month of October to find dark artifacts.
Small MMO patches? You want ’em, we got ’em, including this week’s entries from Secret World Legends, Starbase, and Neverwinter! Speaking of Neverwinter, the team said that “the standard difficulty of Zariel’s Challenge is available.”
Warspear Online’s 9.0 update added two new classes: the Templar and Chieftain.
Agony done and got itself unchained in this past week’s Wakfu patch.
War Thunder sent out a press release about a new in-game event that involves playing with toy soldiers to earn virtual tanks.
Prosperous Universe asks you to envision a game where a planetary governor will actually help the little guy or gal.
The US military’s controversial move into esports marketing included $2 million spent by the Navy. Probably all on World of Warships.
New Black Desert music? Yes, please: