The MOP Up: Flyff Classic is in the works

    
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If you are one of the millions of die-hard Flyff Online fans who pine of the days of yore, then here’s a great Christmas gift for you: an official legacy server is in the works. Well, official-ish. It’s being developed by fans but as a collaboration with the studio.

“The multiplatform version of your beloved Flyff PC game is coming to closed beta test,” the dev tea said. “Developed by a French startup made of passionate Flyff players in collaboration with Gala Lab, this new game is coming back to the origins of Flyff, starting with v7.”

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)!

You’ve got until December 31st to claim your free gift in Wurm Online: “Simply speak with Santa at any starter town, or build your own Christmas tree to find a gift underneath!”

The 2021 London Games Festival sent out a press release to say that it’ll be online from March 19th through the 28th, with a “select number of outdoor elements” to go along with the event.

Osiris’ latest update added a lot to the game, including vastly improved creature AI: “With the new AI pathfinding and behavior system, we revamped and revived many of the creatures. The AI system allows for more detailed stealth gameplay, which we’ve started in this version.”

Cute multi-platform Naica Online pushed out a patch with “improved UI, mini-map on mobile, quest follow, and multiple fixes.”

Win the Division 2 fashion war by grabbing outfits through January 11th: “The Outguard Apparel Event will feature 24 new apparel items to gather, collect, and use to deck out your agent.”

Grand Theft Auto Online’s Cayo Perico Heist — one of its biggest updates ever — was made entirely by developers working from home. The team talked to GQ about the challenges that this presented.

A Play of Shadow and Light” is your required Destiny 2 reading for the day.

Eveb as Ragnarok Online enjoyed its Christmas event, it also added a new area: “The new map, Port Malaya is heavily based on the South East Asian culture, bringing creatures and features of the local folklore to the game.”

SoulWorker Online got patched, yo: “Dipluce Horizon continues in this latest update – containing not only Part 3 but also two additional exciting events to look forward to!”

Let’s see what you rolled… a three. Well, that’s good enough for a small Neverwinter patch, at least.

“Expert crafters who have mastered their specialized main professions can now look forward to learning a new trade in Lineage 2: Revolution’s latest update introducing Dual Main Profession,” announced Netmarble.

Warfrace’s Cold Sun update blazed across the console front:

Valorant wrapped up 2020 and looked ahead to the year to come:

And technology and alchemy crashed together to make Warframe’s 45th frame, which you can earn by participating in a limited-time event:

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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Utakata

I am embarrassed to say that I was once tempted to play this after Ms. Seraphina “reviewed” it here-that-was. >.<

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Bruno Brito

It’s a mediocre asian import, and one i lost quite a bit of time on it. It’s a really cute game, and could be something else, but welp.

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Bruno Brito

Yay! Flyff classic! Cannot wait to take one billion hours to get to level 50 while seeing hackers and whales get there faster!

Ugh.

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Hikari Kenzaki

Don’t be silly. If it’s like classic Flyff, there will be 1000s of helpful players filling up the chat willing to sell you levels and money for the small price of some real life cash and all your personal data.

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Bruno Brito

I stand corrected.

The battle theme is not worth that.