The MOP Up: Pokemon Go and the mystery of the missing 15-foot spoon

Time to poke on home.

A Pokemon Go player helped solve a bizarre mystery: A 52-year-old man playing the MMOARG stumbled upon a massive 15-foot red spoon near a middle school baseball field. Turns out it had been stolen from an Arizona Dairy Queen, whose owners were relieved to get the rather expensive statue back. The POGO player turned down the reward, which was free ice cream. We’ll take some though!

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)!

Gaijin continued putting War Thunder’s infantry mode through its paces: “Until now, only tanks, ships, planes, and helicopters have been available to War Thunder players, even though some vehicle models have already been equipped with anti-infantry weapons. This new and long-awaited step in the evolution of War Thunder will expand the tactical possibilities for players and give them a new unforgettable experience. Infantry gear in War Thunder was created based on real-life samples and declassified information about their combat effectiveness.”

New World released the original soundtrack for its new season Fellowship & Fire, composed by Jean-Edouard Miclot.

As Among Us gets over its horse addiction, the VR version of the game prepares a new map called Polus Point that’s coming sometime later this year.

Uncharted Waters Online trotted out its first big update of the year with two new admiral characters, the option to change your character’s mate, and a spring greeting even that’s going on through April 11th.

Prosperous Universe shared some data about the player economy in the game.

Wolcen’s got a patch for ya: “This patch addresses the player power issues that arose from the Infinity difficulty tier and resolves the associated character loading issues. It also brings a number of other improvements to controller gameplay, online behaviour, and, of course, bug fixes.”

Dragon and Home released its Spring Outing event.

Valheim’s latest public patch addressed save corruption and lighting effects.

Battler Omega Strikers is coming to Xbox later this month:

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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