As we continue to wait to see what Riot is doing for its Runeterra MMO, we can at least bask in the developments of the franchise’s card game. Legends of Runeterra put out its 2022 roadmap with “major” balance updates, new expansions, something called Runeterra Champions, and the game’s second anniversary.
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)!
AdventureQuest 3D announced that it’s going to try to put out at least one “light release” every month from now on.
Eternal Return added the artist Tia to its roster: “The bat-wielding artist Tia is here to paint a new story on Lumia Island!”
Prosperous Universe pushed out a few bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements in its latest build.
Apex Legends Mobile experienced its limited regional launch in 10 countries this past week.
A3: Still Alive integrated a blockchain ecosystem called INETRIUM, using Netmarble’s own currency.
Niantic bought out AR developer 8th Wall to expand some of its internal operations. Additionally, Pokemon Go is bringing a new safari zone called Seville in May — the “first-sever safari zone in Spain!”
World Seed started over with a new version, regulating the previous version to “classic” status.
Games Industry reports that Twitch has had an exodus of employees in the hundreds due to “strategy disagreements.”
“Clash Royale is celebrating its sixth birthday this year with the Royale Crown Down, Supercell’s most ambitious community event to date. Starting on March 12th, players can sign up now to join one of 12 special teams, each represented by a Clash Royale unit, and captained by a popular content creator.”