The MOP Up: Fractured Veil allows for PvE-only servers


Post-apocalyptic survival game Fractured Veil previewed some upcoming features such as farms, new spawn locations, and — get ready for this — PvE-only servers. It’s also making improvements to a few of its most dangerous areas.

“One of the biggest requests we’ve received since launch is PvE-only servers. We’ve heard you loud and clear and will be introducing PvE and PvP servers soon,” the studio said. “But if you’re more interested in teaming up without worrying about being shot in the back we’re giving you an option on a PvE server.”

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)!

ARK has a creature so big you can build on it: “Venture into the skies of Scorched Earth with Oasisaur zurzura, a colossal yet gravity-defying island reminiscent of mythical legends. Beyond its sheer size and appetite for large vegetation, this airborne sanctuary cultivates life, with soil so fertile that it promises growth with minimal effort.”

EverQuest challenged its community to solve a puzzle that will reveal further Year of Darkpaw content.

If you buy RuneScape’s new official cookbook, you’ll get a chef’s outfit in the game.

The Prosperous Universe team is “working on the new commands for the upcoming politics update.”

World of Warships: Legends globally released on iOS and Android with “the brand-new Planet Clash event packed with cosmic content, four new Japanese cruisers in Early Access, and another classic five-week campaign with a Pan-European Premium battleship waiting at the end.”

War Thunder discussed “the new naval projectiles fragmentation damage” in a new blog post.

Elder Scrolls Online would like you to meet Gold Road’s Beragon, a “seasoned adventurer.” Also, you can sort of get your own Bluey pet in this game!

TerraTech Worlds is scrambling to fix and balance a whole lot of factors, including some game-breaking issues.

LOTRO’s Laurelin server is hosting the first annual LOTRO Fest on April 19th. “You are cordially invited to an extravagant affair filled with nostalgia, laughter, and merriment!”

Undecember debuted Season 4 this past week, focusing “on expanding elements related to character growth and strengthening strategic gameplay.”

Uncharted Waters Origin offloaded a patch that allows players to experience stories around mates instead of only admirals.

ASTRA: Knights of Veda is launching on April 2nd:

My Time at Sandrock got a performance and visual upgrade on Nintendo Switch:

Go into a deep dive on SMITE 2’s soundtrack:

Albion Online’s devs responded to the latest community comments:

Fortnite’s creative mode now allows for some creative LEGO building. Fortnite’s crossovers are getting some criticism, however:

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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