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- 11/12/17--10:11: _Dark Souls Inspired...
- 11/13/17--06:43: _Black Desert Mobile...
- 11/13/17--23:41: _Black Desert Mobile...
- 11/15/17--02:57: _Rules of Survival R...
- 11/15/17--02:57: _PUBG Developer Blue...
- 11/15/17--02:57: _Unreal Engine 4 Bla...
- 11/15/17--23:39: _New mobile games re...
- 11/18/17--06:48: _Become the Hero in ...
- 11/18/17--07:45: _Hyper Universe Brin...
- 11/18/17--21:34: _5 Recommended Mobil...
- 11/19/17--07:40: _NCsoft will shut do...
- 11/19/17--08:33: _11 Years After Laun...
- 11/12/17--06:17: ‘Serious Sam 3 VR: BFE’ Launches on Steam
- 11/12/17--06:54: KOG Games Releases Elsword Insider Volume 2
- Lowered Difficulty on Lv.70 ~ 89 Secret Dungeon(s) – This revamp was done so that players who are new to Secret Dungeons will have less trouble clearing them without dying multiple times; originally quite the daunting task.
- Luto Mode is now available for Lv.90 and Up Secret Dungeons – This was done to bring players together that may be more closely geared/leveled so that the individual players should carry their own weight. In short, there should be fewer mistakes and needless wipes from under-geared players, and less trolling towards them in what used to be accidental entry to Lv.70 ~ 89 Luto Mode dungeons.
- - Lv. 70 ~ 89 players will be queued together unless a Lv.90+ character parties with lv.70 ~ 89 players.
- - All Lv.90 + characters will be queued together.
- Instead of needing to go to a specific Village Blacksmith for Village specific Secret Dungeon Exchange or Upgrading needs, players will be able to Exchange/Upgrade all Secret Dungeon gear with any Blacksmith in any town.
- Lowered the Upgrade costs required for Normal Secret Dungeon Gear (Grendized-Rank) so there will be less need to grind out Daily Quests when upgrading.
- Heroic Dungeons are now easier and have only 1 difficulty level.
- - Players that have geared themselves out with upgraded Secret Dungeon Gear will have an easier time running Heroic Dungeons.
- New (1) Difficulty Heroic Dungeons will yield Hell Difficulty Heroic Mode loot!
- - Because the loot from the Hell Difficulty Heroic Dungeons has been transferred to the new, lowered difficulty structure, players will receive more significant, relevant gear. Previously, players were at a risk of getting gear that was worse than what they'd have received from Secret Dungeons
- Daily Quests added for Add's Energy Fusion Theory Dungeon negate RNG so that players are guaranteed to receive the same amount of Energy Shards
- For those that are extremely lucky (or unlucky) and get duplicate drops of the same Void-Type Weapons, they can now dismantle them and can get more Energy Shards
- For some players, just experiencing the end game story could be difficult. Some weren't geared enough but wanted to just complete/experience the story of Elsword. With the new Story Mode difficulty, they can now experience the Debrian Laboratory & El Tower Defense Dungeons at a significantly lower difficulty.
- - The difficulty is lowered and penalties like Resurrection Limits were removed from the El Tower Defense Dungeon in Story Mode to make it easier to complete.
- Players no longer need to complete the previous region's Epic Quest lines in order to start the Elrianode region Epic Quest lines.
- - This makes it easier for those that are only after the Elrianode Equipment from the Elrianode Epic Quest lines.
- The Lanox Epic Quest Line – Players no longer need to complete these to begin the Atlas Epic Quest line
- Atlas Epic Quest Line – Players no longer need to complete these to begin the Elysion Epic Quest Line
- - This change allows players to pick up the respective quests wherever they please; just in case they out-leveled the Lanox or the Atlas Regions from grinding Secret Dungeons
- All Elysion Dungeons will have their difficulty removed
- - You won't have to worry about mistakenly running the wrong difficulty dungeon for your Epic Quest Lines
- Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert Skill Manual Quests have been revamped
- - Expanded the Regions whereas players can acquire the required items to complete the Skill Manual quests
- - This revamp allows players to progress through the story while completing the Skill Manual Quests instead of being stuck in a specific region that they may have out-leveled (due to bad RNG/Not getting the drops they need)
- The Fever System has been revamped to become more useful/relevant
- - Players will no longer be forced to enter the 1 Bead "Awaken" status, sacking their desire to have the benefits of the preferred 3 Bead "Awaken" Status.
- PlayStation EU: https://store.playstation.com/#!/cid=EP4114-CUSA09500_00-B000000000008043
- Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/666100
- Full Video Game: Delve deep into a fleshed-out game experience - over 15 hours of single-player, VR-exclusive content.
- Battle for Your Life: Fight lethal monsters that will test both your physical skills – duck, dodge, outmaneuver – and your mastery of magic.
- Spell Casting: Learn arcane gestures to cast powerful spells. Examples include fling acid missiles, strike your foes using the lightning staff, rain meteors from the sky, conjure an army of screaming skulls, flaming boulders from the ground, and many more.
- Master a complex ritual magic system based on historical Hermetic magic.
- Expand Powers: Gather the fallen Husks of your foes to gain power and unlock new abilities.
- Exploration: Choose whether to explore nooks and crannies of the world to discover secret truths and powers. Investigate eerie landscapes, and interact with other humans, including historical figures such as Lord Byron and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and strange creatures.
- Locomotion: Supports both teleport and sliding.
- Minimum Specs: Runs on any PC or gaming laptop that supports VR.
- NEW IN RELEASE VERSION: Low-Terror Mode and Story Mode: Play the game youwant to play. After massive demand from Early Access players, Low-Terror Mode allows you to experience Left-Hand Path’s gameplay and story even if you don’t have a high terror tolerance, while Story Mode will let you experience the narrative and VR atmosphere without dying a million times in the process!
- 11/13/17--06:43: Black Desert Mobile's character creation is no slouch
- 11/13/17--23:41: Black Desert Mobile Reveals Combat Gameplay for 5 Characters
- 11/15/17--02:57: Unreal Engine 4 Blade & Soul Revolution Gets A New Teaser
- 11/15/17--23:39: New mobile games releasing this week (Nov 13th-20th)
- New Assassin Hyper - Liu – Liu is a master of swinging nunchucks, and if his opponents manage to survive that, they have to deal with his powerful kicks and leg sweeps. Liu’s ultimate ability, Dragon Flip, gives his opponents a double dose of somersault kicks to the dome, leaving them stunned and wondering what the hell just happened.
- Free Weekend and Bonus Skin Events - Starting now, players can enjoy Hyper Universe for free until Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. PST.
- New players who reach account level 7 will retain permanent access to the game beyond this weekend.
- New players who reach account level 15 will unlock a free Founder’s Pack, granting all 24 original launch Hypers and their unique equipment.
- Any players who participate in 20 matches over the weekend will earn Blue Rose's "Red Qipao” recolor skin.
- Any players who participate in 10 additional matches (30 matches total) will also earn Turner’s "Fistfull” recolor skin.
- Revamped Synthesizing Cube System - Previously, synthesizing used to give players randomized skins, emotes, and other unlockables. With the latest update, now players can choose the specific sample they want to synthesize.
- Gameplay Map Changes - The development team has changed the position of the 2nd floor base turret, moving it in front of the spawning base on the Delta Station map. This will make combat around the defense turrets more interesting. Players can play this new Delta Station Beta Map in regular and custom matches.
- 11/18/17--21:34: 5 Recommended Mobile Games to Play This Week (Nov 18, 2017)
- 11/19/17--07:40: NCsoft will shut down Master X Master just months after launch
- 11/19/17--08:33: 11 Years After Launch, Titan Quest Receives New Expansion
Croteam, the minds behind the Serious Sam franchise, has released its fourth Serious Sam-themed VR game: Serious Sam 3 VR: BFE (2017) for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Now available on Steam, Serious Sam 3 VR: BFE is a fast-paced shooter serving as a prequel to the original Serious Sam: The First Encounter (2001). While it’s technically a VR port of the 6-year old Serious Sam 3: BFE (2011), and not really designed from the ground-up for VR, that’s probably not going to bother a lot of hardcore first-person shooter fans as they step into the shoes of Sam for the fourth time. Taking place during an epic final struggle against Mental’s invading forces, you shoot down beasts in a way fans of the franchise will immediately resonate with; by walking up and blowing their heads off with your own two hands.
A big difference from Croteam’s first VR game, Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope (2017), is the inclusion of artificial locomotion so you can explore the game’s expansive levels in the same vein as Croteam’s second and third Serious Sam VR games—Serious Sam VR: The First Encounter (2017) and Serious Sam VR: The Second Encounter (2017).
“Wishes of the VR community are always in the back of our minds, and we’re very excited to round out our virtual reality offerings in order to provide them with the full Serious Sam experience,” said Croteam VR lead and all-around nice guy, Davor Hunski. “Our goal was to deliver intuitive, thrilling and fun VR games and, hopefully, we made that happen.”
The game boasts a number of multiplayer modes like Co-op, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Last Man Standing, Last Team Standing and Instant Kill. Supporting both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, you can bet you’ll want a room-scale tracking setup to get the most out of the 360 carnage.
Serious Sam 3 VR: BFE normally costs $40, but is currently 10% off at $36. The offer ends November 16th.
The new video shows off all the benefits of the latest update for the game. Details below:
Add's Energy Fusion Theory Dungeon
Lanox, Atlas, and Elysion
Camilla's Skill Manual Quests
nDreams, the UK’s leading purveyor of VR produce, is delighted to announce that Shooty Fruity is releasing for PlayStation®VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift this December 19, 2017, priced at €19.99/$19.99/£15.99. Getting the game early will give players access to exclusive content.
Shooty Fruity challenges players to scan, pack, serve and more whilst firing stacks of guns at tons of mutant fruit across their glowing supermarket ‘Career’. Featuring brand new multi-tasking gameplay designed from the ground up for VR headset and motion controls, players shoot pineapples, pomegranates and more whilst doing jobs across numerous shifts, including the newly revealed Canteen job role. What’s more, new weapons can be purchased in the staff room, the game’s central hub where players can also customise and test their load out, including C4 launchers, flak cannon-style shotguns and more, all whilst grabbing a cup of coffee!
You can check out the game, along with newly revealed content hot from the nDreams canteen in this all new trailer:
“We’ve been overwhelmed by the reception so far of Shooty Fruity, most notably being chosen by gamers at EGX 2017 as one of the Top 10 of the Show” said Patrick O'Luanaigh, CEO/Store Manager at nDreams, “If you thought Job Simulator was a blast, wait to you get a load of Shooty Fruity and its arsenal of berry-bursting weapons. Work has never been this much fun!”
Anyone that pre-orders the game, or buys it over the holiday season, will get free exclusive content, including the ‘Explody Bear’ grenade and the ‘Golden Guns’ skin pack for your arsenal. You can already pre-order the game through the following links:
Developed and published by Strange Company, Left-Hand Path, a Dark Souls-inspired room-scale virtual reality adventure and horror RPG where players hold the power of magic in their hands, is now available for $29.99 USD/€27.99 EUR/£23.79 GBP on Steam for Vive and Oculus Touch.
In Left-Hand Path, players awaken in a cursed darkened castle with a tragic history full of never-before-seen, freaking scary-ass creatures that are after your skin. Armed with arcane powers and a thirst for exploration, players must wield their newly-found powers and explore to find even more powerful spells and rituals, while trying to stay alive long enough to solve the mysteries of Well of All Rewards.
"Left-Hand Path is proof that you should be very afraid of things that go bump in the night and hide in the dark," said Hugh Hancock, indie developer behind Left-Hand Path." "I designed it to in a way that the story will compel you to finish the game even though your common sense will tell you to stop playing because you no longer have any shit left in your body to be scared out of you."
Fans Agree - Early Access Build Received an 86% Positive on Gamer Steam Reviews.
“ I was lured in by its enchanting graphics and fantasy lore that just blends in so well with the story. They're also horror elements I've jumped more in this game than any horror game I played with only two of the scares rigged.” - Knytron OMEGA
“My girlfriend said "this isn't as scary as you said." Then the very first enemy in the entire game attacked her. She screamed and tried to rip the Vive off, failed, and ran directly into the wall then fell on the ground.” - Deathdefy
“This game is right up there with Vanishing Realms. It's the scariest game I have ever played and the graphics and sound are excellent.” - Montaigne
“Left-Hand Path is not your traditional VR experience. This is a full 15-hour video game with immersive storyline written to sink you further into the game. This is not your grandma’s VR, and this is not a seated experience. You will need room to cast spells, avoid enemies and their weapons, peak into secret passages, and bring hidden items into view. This is a room-scale game only. Prepare to die and try not to soil yourself,” said Hancock.
For more information and to purchase, please visit Steam.
Korean developer Pearl Abyss made a ballsy move yesterday by announcing it is holding a media showcase event on 23 November to reveal more details and the launch schedule for Black Desert Mobile. This is done instead of taking part in G-Star 2017 next week and hanging out with the rest of the gaming community! No matter, Pearl Abyss today revealed a new trailer highlighting the character customization system in Black Desert Mobile.
As you might have noticed, it is to some extent very similar to the PC version’s which the development team is aiming for. Crafted by its own in-house game engine, Black Desert Mobile might be the most beautiful mobile game ever, with players spending hours on creating the perfect avatar. Pearl Abyss is teasing 2 more trailers to come, so stay tuned!
After gathering much attention with their character customization video, Black Desert Mobile just released a video showing combat gameplay.
On the 14th, Pearl Abyss, the Black Desert Mobile developer, revealed the combat videos for each character on their teaser site.
The video includes actual combat gameplay scenes for the Warrior, Ranger, Giant, Witch, and Valkyrie, which are five basic classes released when Black Desert Mobile launches. This makes it possible to guess the special characteristics of each class.
In addition, the unique exciting action and surreal battles from the “Black Desert” can now be experienced in the palm of your hand. The combat effects from using powerful skills really help users engage with the game.
“We are excited by the reactions we got from everyone when we released the customization video last week,” said Young-chul Ham, Pearl Abyss’ Strategic Planning Director. “We will try our best to quell your curiosity at the ‘Media Showcase’ next week when we reveal more content and future service plans to everyone.”
Black Desert Mobile will hold a media showcase on the 23rd and start pre-registrations in Korea. Instructions on how to pre-register and the trailers can be found on the Black Desert Mobile teaser site (https://www.blackdesertm.com/ ).
Also, the official Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/BlackDesert.Mobile ) has a variety of events for users to participate in. They plan to hold more events and provide the latest news about the game to engage with the users.
Rules of Survival, a battle royale game on mobile developed by NetEase Game, began open beta test for its global version today. It is now availble on App Store worldwide. The game was first released in China and went viral in its domestic gaming market immediately. Rules of Survival soared to the top of game app rankings following release, drawing the attention of a large number of Battle Royale fans, and bringing countless other mobile gamers their first experience of the thrill and fear of gameplay in which "only the last one survives".
Download Rules of Survival for iOS, here:
Some had doubts if games modeled after Battle Royale would successfully make the leap onto mobile devices. Rules of Survival may have answered that question. The game creates a vast and deserted arena that can simultaneously accommodate up to 120 gamers. Dropped onto a huge deserted island, players should find resources at abandoned sites, arm themselves, and hunt to kill or become victim to another player.
Rules of Survival also does a wonderful job of smoothing out operation issues that have long plagued mobile shooter games. The brand new gaming interface design allows gamers to easily toggle between guns and postures. A gamer is able to freely aim and shoot, and can easily flee and hide.
You pick up the AKM on top of the gas can near beside two parachute drops near the abandoned warehouse and listen closely for another gamer's footsteps. A shot is fired, and from the corner you send him a gift from Death. You wriggle your fingers with the phone in your hand. One down, 118 more to go.
An in-your-pocket Hunger Games, a life and death struggle at your fingertips. Become the next the King of the Kill on the toilet, the last survivor on the couch.
To connct with Rules of Survial:
- Like on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RulesofSurvival/
Bluehole, the developer behind the massively popular battle royale game "Player Unknown's Battlegrounds," has unveiled their newest title. Dubbed "Ascent: Infinite Realm," the upcoming MMO (massively multiplayer online) game features a mix of steampunk and sorcery and it looks pretty intense.
The South Korean developer recently released a five-minute trailer for the game, which they abbreviated to "A: IR," featuring massive airships, mechs, and flying mounts. However, this only scratched the surface of the upcoming MMO.
"Ascent: Infinite Realm" takes place in a high fantasy steampunk world where machines and magic rule and everyone is dependent on flight to explore, travel, and conquer," Bluehole said. "In search of a new home, adventurers take to the skies using a wide selection of airships, vehicles, and flying mounts to traverse A:IR's open, highly vertical world."
Gameplay mostly involves realm-versus-realm aerial combat and, from the looks of the extensive trailer, some form of player-generated housing. It's definitely an ambitious title incorporating many elements of games like EVE Online, Skyrim, and yes, even Mario Kart.
Unfortunately, the game's massive scale seems to be a double-edged sword as the trailer definitely has so much going on it's definitely hard to keep track. Many Youtube commenters also noticed and are fixated on the trailer's low framerate and are skittish if this will be carried over to the final game.
"Ascent: Infinite Realm" is still in development, however, giving Bluehole plenty of time to address these issues. It's also important to note that the game is being developed by a separate team from "Player Unknown's Battlegrounds" which was spun off into its own stand-alone company in September.
The battle royale title, which recently broke 20 million players, recently launched its highly anticipated 1.0 update on test servers. The main feature of the update will be the vaulting and climbing mechanic, which will allow players to jump over walls and climb through windows as well as hop on top of certain parts of the environment.
Netmarble Korea just released a cinematic gameplay teaser for their upcoming new Blade & Soul Revolution powered by the Unreal Engine 4 and to be played on the mobile device. Take a brief look at the flying system, boss monsters, PvP, faction war, and story. The trailer is only a minute long so your gonna have to wait for longer teasers and actual gameplay starting tomorrow at G-Star 2017 Korean gaming media show event. Make sure to check out the showtimes post, if you want to follow this title!
New mobile games releasing this week (Nov 13th-20th)
Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) and Lucasfilm Ltd., released one of the year’s most highly-anticipated games, Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II. Winner of the Game Critics Award for Best Online Multiplayer at E3 2017, DICE, Motive Studios and Criterion Games joined forces to create one of the most robust Star Wars™ gaming experiences to date. Fans can immerse themselves in a game that’s over three times the size of its predecessor with more heroes, locations and vehicles from every cinematic era, deeper customization, progression, and enhanced space battles. Star Wars Battlefront II allows players to live out their own Star Wars fantasies as a trooper on the ground, an ace pilot dogfighting in space, and an epic hero dominating the battlefront. In the all-new single player campaign, players will experience a previously untold Star Wars story from the unique perspective of Iden Versio, leader of the Imperial special forces unit, Inferno Squad.
“With Star Wars Battlefront II, we wanted to pay homage to the legacy of the Star Wars franchise and recognize how much each era has meant to so many people,” said Matt Webster, Executive Producer of Star Wars Battlefront II. “We built the game based upon what fans loved about the first game and feedback of what they wanted more of, including adding a single-player story, experiencing the ultimate Star Wars battleground across all cinematic eras, and shifting to an event and narrative driven live service that keeps the community together.”
Star Wars Battlefront II allows fans to play as and against Star Wars’ most feared villains and cherished heroes in DICE’s rich multiplayer experience, including Darth Maul, Rey, Yoda, and joining this December, Finn and Captain Phasma. There’s something for everyone in six different multiplayer modes: Starfighter Assault, Galactic Assault, Strike, Blast, Heroes vs. Villains, and Arcade. High in variety and breadth, Galactic Assault allows up to 40 players to step into battle as one of four distinct classes with a massive array of vehicles and customizable weapons in new in-game locations including Yavin 4’s jungle canopies, Kamino's cloning facilities, and Kashyyyk's Wookiee filled forests. Space combat has been designed from the ground up and brought to life by the legendary Criterion Games in Starfighter Assault, featuring distinct handling, weapons, and customization options through Star Cards. Players can immerse themselves in thrilling, multi-stage battles in space and choose from three unique starfighter classes and iconic hero ships including Darth Maul's Scimitar and Poe Dameron's T-70 X-wing. In Arcade, fans can jump into offline single-player or on consoles, split-screen couch co-op, allowing them to take on AI enemies and hone their skills across a variety of scenarios.
New to Star Wars Battlefront II is a carefully crafted and authentic Star Warsstory developed by Motive Studios in partnership with Lucasfilm. The campaign helps to tell the story of what happened in the empire after the events of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi from the perspective of an all new hero, Iden Versio, leader of Inferno Squad. In addition to exploring iconic locations from the films, players will be introduced to new ones including the coral planet of Pillio and Iden’s home planet of Vardos.
“With Star Wars Battlefront II, the teams have brought to life a period of Star Wars that hasn’t previously been explored in the films”, said Steve Blank, Creative Executive, Lucasfilm Story Group. “We’ve worked diligently to craft a compelling story of what it’s like to view a familiar conflict from a very different perspective by allowing players to experience the Battle of Endor and destruction of the second Death Star as an Imperial.”
Following the launch of the game, all players who own Star Wars Battlefront II will be able to experience free themed seasons that can include a mix of new locations, characters, challenges, live events, rewards and more in a world that's constantly growing with the community. The first season, Star Wars Battlefront II The Last Jedi, inspired by the upcoming film, Star Wars™: The Last Jedi™, will start on December 5th when players can choose to align with the First Order or fight for the resistance. Then on December 13th, things will kick into high gear when fans will get access to Finn and Captain Phasma as playable characters, the new planet Crait, a new space location in D’Qar, daily and weekly challenges and rewards. Players can also continue their journey as Iden Versio in Star WarsBattlefront II Resurrection, a new chapter in the single-player campaign.
Hyper Universe fans are about to come face-to-face with a deadly assassin who will challenge even the most dominant players. The side-scrolling action MOBA is getting rocked with a brand new martial artist Hyper named Liu, whose explosive kick moves and punishing nunchucks will make his opponents think twice before taking him on.
Starting today through Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. PST, anyone can enjoy Hyper Universe for free through the Nexon Launcher. New players will gain permanent access to the game or unlock a free Founder’s Pack by reaching specific account levels over the weekend.
This Hyper Universe content update features:
With tons of new mobile games and updates rolling out every day, it is challenging to find the best new games for your mobile devices among all kinds of choices. To help out, we round up five awesome games we think are worth downloading and playing this week.
To find out more, you can also check out last week’s recommended mobile games.
Shadow Fight 3
After closed beta testing and a significant soft-launch period, our beloved game Shadow Fight 3 has finally launched globally. Shadow Fight 3 is a nail-biting mix of RPG and classical Fighting. the game lets you equip your character with countless lethal weapons and rare armor sets, and features dozens of lifelike-animated Martial Arts techniques.
Shadow Fight 3 also improves the graphics, animations and physics, creating a picture of a living and breathing world. In addition, the game also features the story mode which contains three powerful factions, and what you choose will have different plot in game.
Knives Out or Rules of Survival
Actually, Knives Out or Rules of Survival are two different games developed by NetEase, but these two game are very similar and both take the genre of PlayersUnknown BattleGrounds from PC and console to mobile. If you would love to try the battle royale style game on your mobile devices, you can give a shot to both games and choose which one you prefer.
As the mobile battle royale games, both games feature massive maps and every game, 100 warriors dive in the battle, but only 1 can survive in the end. These two games have great controls and you can customize the player, guns and control settings with the touch buttons to your liking.
Rules of Survival
The Alchemist Code
Developed by gumi, The Alchemist Code is a turn-based strategy RPG gacha game. It features a lot of what players have come to expect from Japanese SRPGs. That includes grid based movement, advantages from attacking from behind and from higher ground, and using a favorable element.
Lineage 2: Revolution
Using well-acclaimed MMORPG Lineage 2's IP, Lineage 2: Revolution is the one of the best action RPGs in 2017. It narrates the story happened 100 years before Lineage 2 and keeps the Bloodline System, real-time siege and large-scale open field in original work.
Powered by Unreal 4 engine, the game creates better graphics quality for landmark and characters.Lineage 2: Revolution does perform PC MMORPG standard graphics in mobile environment.
In Lineage 2: Revolution, players are able to experience not only real-time combat without limitation of time and space, but also various quests as PC MMORPG. There are 4 characters including human, elf, dark elf and dwarf. Each character has at most 6 secondary jobs.
Just months after its launch, the "heartbroken" team behind NCsoft's MOBA Master X Master has announced that the game will go offline on January 31, 2018.
The game, which only launched in June this year, hoped to position itself against genre giants League of Legends and Dota 2 but "wasn't enough to take on the established juggernauts".
In a statement, NCsoft thanked the MXM community for its support and laid out the what was next for the game.
"Deciding to close the game is not a decision we come to lightly, but ultimately it came down to a matter of business - we explored several options, but none of them were sustainable," said the developer.
"We truly believe that MXM is special, and offered a lot of new ideas to change up the MOBA genre, but in trying to carve out a niche for itself, we failed to connect with players."
Until the game goes offline in a few months, players will be able to unlock all in-game content for free, real money purchases on the MXM Store will be permanently disabled, and refunds will be issued on any purchases made between August 30 and November 16.
After more than a decade after its launch, Titan Quest recently received a new expansion. This new content came as a surprise, without any prior announcement, and is currently available on Steam.
This new expansion pack, titled Ragnarök, brings Norse mythology to the action RPG. It features an entirely new playable act and dozens of quests. It also introduces new bosses, enemies, and an additional Rumemaster mastery. The level cap has also been increased to 85. More changes and refinements come to character customization as well, with new shaders, effects, and ragdoll physics.
THQ Nordic acquired the game from developer Iron Lore Entertainment four years ago. "Since the day we acquired the franchise in 2013, we've been toying around with ideas on what's best for Titan Quest," executive producer Reinhard Pollice told PC Gamer. "We were quickly motivated to do another expansion as we realized Titan Quest is still actively played."
To play the Ragnarök expansion, you have to first own the Titan Quest Anniversary Edition, which is available on Steam. The original boxed version is not compatible.
[Source: PC Gamer]