It’s always a notable event when a stagnating MMORPG suddenly receives an infusion of new content. Such was the case for Anarchy Online this week, which received a reworked raid for players level 201 or higher.
“Supercharged and reimagined for a single-team raid, experience the classic Condemned Subway instance like never before,” Funcom posted. “Remixed monsters and encounters await, along with a whole pile of new loot to obtain!”
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)!
Legends of Runeterra has a new event: “Patch 1.13 brings with it our latest in-game event—K/DA ALL OUT—and balance updates for Lee Sin and Make it Rain.”
Riot Games hired a new chief marketing officer for the express purpose of reaching out to new players.
Nexon’s 21-year-old Dark Ages is getting a sizable update that will improve its resolution, graphics, and gameplay.
Ubisoft’s new consolidated subscription service is coming to Amazon’s Luna and Google’s Stadia.
Join Dumbledore’s Army in a pair of November events for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
The Division 2 demands your attention: “Title Update 11.1 released on October 20 and implemented several major improvements to The Summit.”
Dekaron added a new class, the Segita Shooter, to the Korean servers.
Big patch day for Twin Saga, which “not only introduced two additional zones and seasonal events, but also raised the level cap for ambitious adventurers.”
“Crossfire: Warzone is rolling out a major update focused on increasing PvP participation through the new Capital Takeover War.”
How much should a studio pay for a game trailer? I’m no expert, but the sum of “one million dollars” seems a little high to me.
Vora the Harbinger is making her way to Paladins: