Was Fae Farm too rich for you blood? Now you can check it out for free on Nintendo Switch or PC thanks to a new single-player demo.
“This single player demo, downloadable for free in Nintendo eShop, Steam, and the Epic Game Stores will allow anyone to play through the first chapters of the game, and to continue their adventure where they left it. Their demo save can be imported directly into the full game should they choose to purchase it,” Phoenix Labs said.
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)!
A Guild Wars 2 concert in Portland, Oregon was rescheduled from January to March 4th.
Harry Potter: Magic Awakened’s February 5th patch started the Mysterious Malady season and kicked off a few events.
Waven is rolling out monthly “Prod Logs” to increase communication with fans.
Blade and Soul Revolution’s latest update “features Ancient Grade Hunt Equipment and Relics as well as limited-time events that all players can enter.”
My Time at Sandrock delivered a development update with word on the single player work, console and PC sync, and concerns about graphics and script malfunctions.
“We’re celebrating five years of Apex Legends with the launch of Breakout -– and every celebration needs presents,” the studio said. “Complete challenges all Season long to unlock rewards like a Legendary Wraith Skin, Reactive Flatline, and more.”
Book of Travels released its 0.47.4 patch with various fixes and tweaks.
Heroes of the Storm is still being updated, believe it or not, this time with a small patch that added XP given to enemy displays and some small hero balance updates.
Embers Adrift’s community manager talked about the latest patch notes: