The MOP Up: Wurm Online’s animal update made sheep fluffier


Wurm Online’s animal update is upon us, kindly making free-to-play players ride donkeys and mules so we can all point and laugh. I’m kidding. The late-May update likewise added a new animal feeding system, new farm items, new horse shapes, better animal AI, better animal breeding, and a fluffier sheep model. I’m not kidding.

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)!

Conqueror’s Blade is celebrating its second birthday!

Prosperous Universe has been hard at work on its map.

Path of Exile posted gobs of stats from the Ultimatum leagues.

Sea of Thieves is plotting to release a big merch collection, including a triple-LP soundtrack and storybook.

Clapfoot Inc., the studio responsible for Foxhole, changed its name to Siege Camp this week. “Our goal is to build persistent online worlds with densely-packed battlefields,” founders said. “The new name is a commitment to this vision for many years to come.”

RUST’s console edition rolled out to PS4 and Xbox One, hitting a platform other than PC for the first time ever.

PUBG launched 12.1 on PC with its promised Miramar remaster.

Part four of AdventureQuest 3D’s Sandsea Saga dropped for players. Who’s Zhoom? You’re ’bout to find out.

War Thunder’s Red Skies update is a whopper: “Rank VII for aviation, brand new commander’s sight for selected vehicles, naval shell chase camera and almost 30 new machines are joining the game! Two new locations, new effects for the nuclear blast, updated sounds, and much more!”

Vendetta Online’s 1.8.555-557 patch hit the live servers, with a multitude of bug fixes and guild management tweaks.

In-development MMO Elementia announced in its Discord that it had lost “a few” of its small team but would continue with development. It also previewed an action/telegraph system.

Finally, Allods Online has dropped its collector’s editions, pretty wild for an MMO this old!

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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