Marvel Heroes Lead Content Designer Geoff "Heretic" Tuffli has announced on the game forums that he is leaving Gazillion and heading to a mobile development studio in Los Angeles.
XBox One Neverwinter players will finally get their chance to experience the Elemental Evil module beginning on September 8th. Elemental Evil will bring content from three other expansions as well including Curse of Icewind Dale, Shadowmantle and Fury of the Feywild.
The Star Wars: The Old Republic forum has been updated with a new post to reassure players that their existing companions will remain available to them outside of the story Chapters in the Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion. During Chapters, a specific group of characters will be accompanying players.
After a short delay, the Otherland team has let fans know that Steam early access will kick off on September 10th. The team is using some extra time to "address community feedback" that was given during recent closed beta events.
Aeria Games has announced the full class lineup for Dragomon Hunter, the anime-styled monster-hunting game. In addition to new information posted to the Dragomon site, the team has put together a handy video to give fans a look at each class. Check it out!
Zenimax has been sharing details about The Elder Scrolls Online's first DLC content, The Imperial City for about three weeks. Last week's QuakeCon presentation centralized all the details of the Imperial City all in one place, while also living up to the "Beyond" portion of the presentation's title with some new details about what to expect from both the game and its future DLC content.
Cabal 2 players will have a new feature called Blackwaves to try out thanks to the arrival of today's update. Blackwaves pits players against twelve waves of monsters in increasingly difficult groups. Players will score some new gear that is better than that found in high-end dungeons or through mob drops.
Chris flies solo on a shorter edition of Game On! This week, we talk about Wildstar's forums being taken offline following an exploit, Camelot Unchained's beta delay and Mark Jacobs popping up in our comments to talk about it, being on the cusp of a new WoW expansion announcement and what that means for current players (another content drought?), and Project Gorgon steamrolling its new Kickstarter goal.
Cartographers rejoice! This is a game series made for you and those of your ilk. Remember the days when you would play a RPG and it didn't have an automapping feature? Or better yet, when it didn't have the compass and map constantly displayed in at least one of the corners of your screen? You would have to get the square graph paper and a pencil to map where you had been so you would not become lost.
Mobile hack 'n' slash favorite Dungeon Hunter 5 will be updating this week with a packed set of brand new features sure to keep fingers tapping for a long while.
Larian Studios has released a new trailer for Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition that focuses on console overview. Enjoy!
As we watch a crowd of independent MMO developers make their dream games, watch them strive to make something unique, and watch them struggle to get the damn things out the door, I wonder. Will one of these strongminded studios bring about a new MMO golden age?
Obsidian Entertainment and Paradox Interactive have announced that the first expansion to Pillars of Eternity, The White March Part 1, will be released on Tuesday, August 25th.
I want to play Skyforge. But when I play it, and I immediately regret my decision. It's at once both a fun game and a frustrating mess, and I can't stress enough that everyone try it for themselves. For some of you in trying Skyforge, you've found a new go-to game. For others, you've learned precisely what you do not want from this genre. Me? I've learned that I want some of what Skyforge does, while loathing other aspects.
n-Space and Digital Extremes have announced that Sword Coast Legends will be released for PC, Mac and Linux on September 29th, with console versions to follow later in 2015. This is a slight delay from the originally scheduled release announced for September 8th.
Bioware has revealed a brand new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition that is scheduled to be released on August 11th. Called The Descent, the DLC takes the Inquisitor and party into the Deep Roads to confront the Darkspawn.
Aside from the much welcomed Mirror's Edge demo, the rest of EA's presentation left me with more questions than answers. I was worried that EA would show up with nothing more than a pair of trailers for the double whammy of Star Wars games releasing this year and my feelings turned out to be mostly justified.
2k and Gearbox have announced that the first person shooter, Battleborn, will be released around the globe on February 9, 2016. In addition, four new heroes were revealed during this week's Gamescom: Ambra, Mellka, Reyna and Benedict.
Focus Home Interactive has released a brand new trailer for The Technomancer, a forthcoming post apocalyptic RPG, during this week's Gamescom. In the trailer, the hero journeys across Mars being chased by the local secret police as he seeks out the Rogue.
During this week's Gamescom, Enigami and Focus Home Interactive have released the first look at the forthcoming RPG Shiness. In the trailer, the world that players will journey through is the star. Leave us your thoughts in the comments.
We'll be live blogging the Blizzard World of Warcraft expansion announcement right here in this very spot. Keep your eyes on the site to find out as it is announced at the top of the hour.
With today's World of Warcraft expansion announcement of Legion, we have a full report of what we know so far. Check out the synopsis of the big press announcement from earlier today and then leave us your thoughts and impressions in the comments.
In anticipation of August 11th's big patch, Skyforge has released the epically long patch notes for Crucible of the Gods, the first major update for the newly released MMORPG.
Trion Worlds has unleashed some big news for each of their centerpiece titles, Rift, Defiance, Trove and ArcheAge. Among other things, players can look forward to new classes, races, systems and more.
According to Bethesda's Twitter, Fallout 4 will not have a level cap to give players replayability options.