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Fallen Earth’s Grunch event gives way to the First Night event

Events! Fallen Earth is actually getting events! That alone is a good thing when the game has sadly quietly languished for years; it's...

Fallout 76’s endgame is so dull that players are appointing themselves raid bosses

One of the many criticisms leveled against Fallout 76 has been its lack of endgame content, but one dedicated player has decided to...

Fortnite brings a fortnight of holiday cheer with new event

Step back, twelve days of Christmas -- it's time for the fourteen days of Fortnite, which will kick off in earnest tomorrow, December...
I have to be wasted for this.

Identity’s latest patch lets you get completely blitzed out of your mind

The newest patch for MMO sandbox Identity has added consumables to the game, which of course means various things you can put in...
It's fine.

Crowfall releases patch 5.8, the first campaign patch, without the first campaign

Good news, Crowfall fans, the long-awaited patch for the game's first real campaign releases today! Except it does so without the actual just-referenced...

Warframe gets into the holiday spirit with greeting card contest and Tennobaum 2018

Tenno, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to spread holiday cheer throughout the universe by taking part in Warframe's holiday...

Skyforge rocks out with the new Soundweaver class in its Distant Frequencies update

Earlier this week, My.com's free-to-play sci-fi MMO Skyforge released its latest major content update, Distant Frequencies, which introduces the new Soundweaver class...
A wreck of our ambition

The Repopulation’s long-awaited update is arriving December 18

Yes, you're getting an update to game mechanics in The Repopulation for this holiday season. And that's the true meaning of Christmas, patches for The...
oh the pain, the pain

Legends of Aria discusses early access ‘growing pains’ while hotfixes keep rolling

It's been a rough ride for Legends of Aria in early access, something that the game's most recent newsletter acknowledged; the game was

MapleStory 2’s next big expansion launches summer 2019

It's been an eventful -- albeit short -- year for MapleStory 2, which just launched in October and released its major Skybound...
I still love you, robot.

Torchlight Frontiers recaps the progress of its second alpha test

The second alpha for Torchlight Frontiers has guttered to a close, and it turns out that the players involved were fools of the highest...
Where do we go now

World of Warcraft is shifting the unlocks of artifact power and adding cross-faction elixirs

Remember when World of Warcraft launched and the developers specifically ensured that Forsaken and Human players couldn't speak with one another to keep a...
Pshew, pshew, pshew!

Rend’s newest patch adds in the first selection of artifacts

Let's get something out of the way very quickly. Wielding Mjolnir in Rend will probably not allow you to fly, nor will it give...

DayZ actually launches with version 1.0, conditions in the underworld described as ‘chilling’

The day we never thought would arrive has arrived. DayZ has actually launched version 1.0. It has launched. It's actually arrived at launch. No...

The Division 2 is hosting its first technical alpha test this weekend

Although Ubisoft's upcoming MMO shooter The Division 2 isn't set to launch until March of next year, some lucky players will be...

Star Wars: The Old Republic celebrates seven years with firework backpacks

It's been seven years of playing in Star Wars: The Old Republic, and to celebrate the occasion, players can strap a volatile mixture of...
It's a new time.

EVE Online updates players on its efforts in fighting against bots

Even in the cutthroat world of EVE Online, there are things you can't get away with, and one of those things is botting.

Pokemon Go explains the philosophy underpinning its new trainer battles

Why are there different leagues for trainer battles in Pokemon Go? Because Niantic is familiar with the game's competitive scene, that's why. The...
Sure, it's probably better-looking.

Otherland discusses the process of improving visuals and performance at the same time

Graphical quality is an ongoing struggle. On the one hand, developers want to make the prettiest game possible; on the other hand, no one...
Whooops.

Netmarble’s appeal over deceptive lockbox practices has been dismissed

Even South Korea is getting mighty tired of lockboxes... or at least, tired of scuzzy business practices associated with them. Netmarble had been...

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