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  • Trove’s Halloween events begin on PC and console as Shadow’s Eve arrives
    published on October 23rd, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    If you thought the voxel sandbox Trove couldn’t possibly get weirder than it normally is, then you’ve clearly never seen it during the Halloween season when Shadow’s Eve descends upon the game world. And we mean that in the nicest way possible. In addition to the usual round of decorated hub and Halloween-themed craftables and […]

  • Jukebox Heroes: Exploring World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth’s patch music
    published on October 16th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    One of my favorite modern trends of MMORPGs is that studios are no longer saving the entirety of a soundtrack for the base game or expansion releases. Oh sure, those usually get a great album push -- especially if it's one of the bigger games -- but for a while now, many studios have also been releasing new music on a steady basis with significant content patches.

  • EVE Evolved: Chatting up EVE Online world record holder Ethan ‘Katia Sae’ Richards
    published on October 14th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    EVE Online player Ethan Richards is best known by the name of his in-game character Katia Sae, who earlier this year completed an incredible historic voyage nine years in the making. CCP Games confirmed that Katia had visited every single accessible star system in EVE Online (all 7,805 of them!) without losing a single ship. […]

  • EVE Online previews its October patch and releases its monthly economic report
    published on October 7th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The October release approaches swiftly for EVE Online, with the update scheduled for October 8th (in the wee hours of the morning for most players in the US). The patch notes are already available, of course, so fans can pick through the precise changes now. Aside from general improvements to the game’s UI and to the […]

  • EVE Online brings back the Skilling Spree event
    published on October 1st, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Ready to get some bonus skills in EVE Online? Eager to blow up some NPC ships in the game? Fond of avocado-mango sushi rolls? If you said yes to all of the above, you can take part in the EVE Online Skilling Spree event to get bonus skill points for blowing up NPC ships, and then […]

  • EVE Online releases CSM 14 summit minutes as players quibble over metrics
    published on September 30th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The Council of Stellar Management (CSM) in EVE Online has had its first summit and those who are eager to learn a bit about what was talked about can download the .pdf themselves to get a handle about what was talked about. Mostly. I say “mostly” because, according to a dev blog, four of the […]

  • MMO Business Roundup: Nexon drops Tree of Savior, plus DUNE hires and Pearl Abyss’ new HQ
    published on September 29th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Nexon’s let go yet another MMO from its publishing stable. According to MMO Culture, Nexon has announced that it’s closing down its Japanese server for Tree of Savior and booting the game – and data – back to developer IMC Games to host. This won’t have any effect on the western version of Tree of […]

  • EVE Evolved: Is the EVE Online community a force for good in the world?
    published on September 23rd, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    When we write or talk about MMO communities, we often focus on the practicalities of guilds or in-game events, the drama of forums, and community backlash following controversial developer decisions. It’s easy to overlook the fact that we’ve built these complex virtual societies in many games that have had remarkably positive impacts on people’s lives. […]

  • The Daily Grind: Where do you stand on wiki-reliant MMORPGs?
    published on September 20th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    MOP reader Alex recently wrote to us about MMOs that seem to be built around their wikis – and why that’s not necessarily a bad thing. “Personally, I spend a lot of time on wikis of all types, and am comfortable with the format,” he says. “But there is an underlying assumption amongst many in the […]

  • EVE Online shares the numbers from the Aether Wars: Phase Two event
    published on September 19th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The second phase of EVE Online’s tech demo for Aether Wars has long since come to a close, but there was still the question of just how many participated and how well things went overall. CCP Games has offered up those details in both write-up and infographic form, as well as announced the winners of […]

  • Harvard Business Review uses EVE Online corps for a study on country of origin and company structure
    published on September 17th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    When the Harvard Business Review wanted to run a study on how people’s place of origin affects how they structure a company, it homed in on EVE Online. And where better? The game has had over 6.5 million players from about 200 nations since its launch, running a corporation is not unlike operating a business […]

  • Ultima Online’s publish 106, Forsaken Foes, is live on the eve of its 22nd birthday
    published on September 17th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Would you believe we’re just a week away from the seminal game of the MMO genre’s 22nd birthday? We are indeed, and Ultima Online is ponying up its 106th major update to celebrate today. It’s called Forsaken Foes, and it’s one more patch in Broadsword’s year-long High Seas theme for 2019, which has until now […]

  • EVE Online officially ends its nullsec blackout today
    published on September 16th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The nullsec communications blackout in EVE Online came with plenty of warning for players, but it was still a surreal experience for veterans when the communication channels just… went away. But the blackout is ending today, with communications coming back online and allowing everyone to go back to the way things were after just over two […]

  • EVE Online will end the nullsec Blackout tomorrow
    published on September 15th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The first taste of chaos for EVE Online has been the Blackout: a shutdown of chat within nullsec space that has certainly made life more interesting in that part of the sandbox. However, that chaos appears to be ending this week. At the Berlin Fanfest this past Saturday, it was officially announced that the Blackout […]

  • EVE Evolved: EVE Online is losing players, and no one can agree on why
    published on September 13th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Nobody wants to think that a favourite MMO is losing popularity, but with EVE Online now being over 15 years old, it’s a possibility that is never far from players’ minds. Even after CCP Games stopped releasing firm subscription figures, players still track the daily concurrent player trends and analyse the monthly economic report data […]

  • Sci-fi sandbox MMO Second Galaxy has launched on mobile
    published on September 12th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    It’s launch week for yet another mobile MMO. Second Galaxy, however, is an open-world sci-fi MMO that may scratch a different itch for folks sick of fantasy loot-and-level grinders. China-based ZLONGAME says it had a million pre-registrations for the 3-D sandbox MMO and its EVE-like aspirations. “At its core, Second Galaxy is truly an open-world […]

  • EVE Online changes the rules for cyno field fitting and makes prettier wormholes in the September update
    published on September 10th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    September’s update for EVE Online has officially gone live, which makes some tweaks to what ships can fit cyno field generators and generally makes the game a lot prettier to look at. As of today, cynosural field generators can be attached to fewer ships than before in order to make dropping into a fight a […]

  • EVE Online offers grief counseling for ship losses and celebrates exploration record
    published on September 9th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    What’s the hardest part of EVE Online for new players? It looks like CCP Games is betting that it’s the sting when your first ship is destroyed and you’re suddenly left shipless, which kind of leaves players with a numb flailing and a sense of confusion. What do you do now? How do you go on? […]

  • EVE Online improves star and wormhole textures along with several UI improvements
    published on September 8th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    If you’re still using lower shader quality on EVE Online (perhaps you’re running the game on extremely outdated hardware as a form of protest), stars are going to look a bit better with the next update on September 10th. One of the major changes in the game’s September release is a reworking of star and wormhole […]

  • The Game Archaeologist: Is it worth the hassle to update graphics in older MMOs?
    published on September 7th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    “I’d play this game again if the graphics were updated.” “If they re-released this game with modern graphics, it would be way more popular.” “The Game Archaeologist is my hero, and I will name my progeny in his honor.” How many times have we heard the above statements? From my perspective as someone who tries […]

  • EVE Online studio CCP Games confirms it’s still working on an unannounced MMORPG
    published on September 5th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    For the last couple of years, we’ve been getting little teases from EVE Online company CCP Games that it’s working on yet another MMORPG, courtesy of the studio’s hiring page. In 2017, the position was for CCP’s London studio on a “a new and highly ambitious MMORPG.” In 2018, just before Pearl Abyss scooped up […]

  • Leaderboard: Do you buy the ‘Grand Daybreak Unification’ theory?
    published on August 30th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Yesterday, MMO blogger Wilhelm Arcturus of The Ancient Gaming Noob dropped a fun conspiracy theory in the comments of our piece on EVE Online covering how CCP is rather inexplicably moving EVE Vegas to San Diego in 2020. “This is actually the first sign that Pearl Abyss is planning to buy some or all of […]

  • EVE Online bans an entire botting corporation, moves EVE Vegas to San Diego starting in 2020
    published on August 29th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Cheating in EVE Online? It’s not the best idea. The latest dispatch from CCP’s security team says that it banned 4385 accounts for hacking, 12446 for botting, and 5101 for RMT, just since January. “Part of our work this month was the disassembly of an entire 250+ member corporation that was pretty much entirely comprised […]

  • EVE Online launches new companion app, recaps the World Tour event from Finland
    published on August 27th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    We can’t tell you if you want to play a mobile version of EVE Online on your phone, but we can tell you that the game’s first version of a mobile companion app failed to deliver what players wanted according to the actual development team. That’s why CCP is launching EVE Portal 2019 today – […]

  • The next leg of EVE Online’s World Tour is tomorrow – in a player’s living room in Finland
    published on August 22nd, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    If you ever visit my place, I have a few simple rules. First, please bring crunchy snacks. Second, understand that I will give very large hugs if granted permission to do so. Third, please don’t come in here because my place is an absolute wreck and I’m so embarrassed please go away. Presumably, the EVE […]

  • YouTuber examines the quit rate for EVE Online CSM members – and why they bail
    published on August 22nd, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    In the comments of our Daily Grind on voting for MMO player councils earlier this week, Wilhelm of The Ancient Gaming Noob pointed me to a recent video from EVE Online YouTuber Jin’taan that struck me so much that I wanted to amplify it here. Jin’taan, a former member of EVE Online’s player-elected Council of […]

  • EVE Online wraps up Aether Wars 2, plans week of GM-led events
    published on August 19th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    This past weekend, EVE Online’s second round of the Aether Wars tech demo took place as CCP and Hadean put the improved tech to a test, offering players some juicy prizes for participating. CCP Games was hoping to set a new world record and attract 10,000 players to the fight, especially when it got over […]

  • EVE Online prepares for phase two of the Aether Wars tech demo and plans chaos for cyno fields
    published on August 16th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Things are getting more active in the world of EVE Online on a couple of different fronts. Specifically, the next phase of the Aether Wars tech demo has been detailed and the upcoming September update to the sandbox game will add some chaos to cynosural fields. First, Aether Wars phase two: In case you missed […]

  • EVE Online’s August patch adds community fittings and enforced peace changes
    published on August 13th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    It can be really hard to get started and figure out how to set up your ships in EVE Online. We can definitely understand that. The designers can understand that. That’s why the newest patch today introduces community fittings to the game, a chance to see community-suggested layouts for the ship directly from inside the […]

  • Q2 2019 financials: Black Desert’s Pearl Abyss rakes in huge profits, builds six new games
    published on August 12th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    You read that headline right. Six. Pearl Abyss has had an absolute banger of a second quarter according to its most recent financial earnings report, which not only saw the publisher/developer make big bucks but also sees the company hard at work on a variety of new titles to keep the momentum going. First, the […]

  • EVE Online is on track to set a new world record for largest video game battle
    published on August 12th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Truly large-scale battles don’t come about by sheer accident; they take a lot of planning and coordination to make happen — especially if you want to set a(nother) world record for glorious carnage. When August 18th arrives, the gaming world will be peering into EVE Online to see if the community could do what it […]

  • Betawatch: Black Desert Online starts testing on the PlayStation 4
    published on August 9th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Console edition all the MMOs! Black Desert Online already made the leap to the Xbox One, a console with an installed base of four people and two demo kiosks in a discontinued Best Buy storefront, but the game is now moving to the PlayStation 4, which is owned by basically everyone who still buys game […]

  • MMO Business Roundup: Riot’s diversity ‘progress’, NetEase’s esports arena, DayZ down under, and Twitch threats
    published on August 8th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Welcome back to another roundup of what’s going on in the business of making online games! Let’s start with the most controversial of the subjects on today’s agenda: Riot Games. Last year, Kotaku published a brutal exposé of Riot Games’ culture, replete with sexual harassment and sexual discrimination problems. In response, Riot promised a “cultural […]

  • EVE Online’s NetEase-backed mobile edition EVE Echoes hits alpha later this month
    published on August 7th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    EVE Online is taking another step closer to mobile with EVE Echoes: Infinite Galaxy Mobile (yes, we know that’s confusing!), which CCP and NetEase announced this morning will run an alpha from August 26th to September 20th. The game was supposed to launch this year, though today’s announcement neither confirms nor denies that. It is […]

  • EVE Online holds a ‘Skilling Spree’ contest to see how fast players can beat challenges
    published on August 5th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    I love speedrunning. The Games Done Quick broadcasts are some of my favorite things to watch. There’s something satisfying about seeing a game get surmounted at a blindingly fast pace, and while EVE Online’s own little speedrun contest isn’t quite like those GDQ events, it still will be all about getting things done as fast […]

  • EVE Evolved: What injecting chaos means for EVE Online
    published on August 4th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The past few weeks have been pretty transformative for EVE Online, with the global communications blackout across null-security space revitalising roaming gang PvP in a way I personally haven’t seen for nearly a decade. What started as something of an experiment by CCP Games now seems to be blooming into a radical new design direction […]

  • The Daily Grind: What should Daybreak do with the EverQuest IP?
    published on August 2nd, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Recently, EverQuest Lead Producer Holly Longdale spoke to the rumors and general silence revolving about the continuation of the franchise, saying that Daybreak is going to do… something… with the IP, but she wouldn’t say just what. “There is a future and I don’t have specifics for you,” Longdale said in an interview. “The specifics […]

  • EVE Online hints at a ‘chaos era’ and hikes up market fees
    published on July 29th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    It’s one thing to try to jar the Jenga tower of a sandbox title, but chaos? That’s a word that’s been bandied about by some of the folks at EVE Online during a recent interview on the Talking in Stations podcast. CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Petursson, community manager CCP Falcon, and EVE brand manager CCP […]

  • The MOP Up: H1Z1’s huge PlayStation 4 update
    published on July 28th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Do you remember when H1Z1 used to be about surviving the zombie apocalypse? Yeah, me neither. In any case, gear up and slide behind the wheel of your muscle car, because PlayStation 4 players are about to enter the Outland. “Outland is the first new map to arrive to H1Z1 on PS4 since launch, and […]

  • Global Chat: Ranking World of Warcraft’s expansions
    published on July 28th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Have you ever tried your hand at ranking all of World of Warcraft’s expansions from worst to best? Sure you have, because everyone’s done that at one point or another. MMO blog Amateur Azerothian took a stab at it himself, and I guarantee you that you won’t agree with 100% of it. But it’s interesting! […]

  • Perfect Ten: Great MMOs that will run just fine on your old computer
    published on July 24th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The other day a friend was telling me that he used to play EverQuest Online Adventures very regularly back in the day, but fell away from MMORPGs following that. “I’d like to get back into them,” he said, “but I don’t have a gaming computer. That’s too bad.” That doesn’t matter, I replied. I went […]

  • The MOP Up: Ragnarok Online EU is relaunching
    published on July 21st, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Ragnarok Online is changing hands in Europe, and as part of that, the long-running fantasy MMO is relaunching with a different spin under 4game. Closed beta testing will happen next month with the open beta in September. “After 12 years of service, Whybe Online is closing up the game servers. From now European players can […]

  • Massively Overthinking: Revisiting sheep and wolves in MMOs
    published on July 19th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    One of the meta discussions we’ve been having here on MOP this week has centered on PvP sandbox titles like Albion Online, specifically how Albion has made serious attempts to cater to non-PvP-oriented players to bring them into the gameworld – in fact, “synergizing” sheep and wolves has been one of the game’s key philosophies […]

  • EVE Online is handing out skill points like candy and planning a second huge Aether Wars playtest
    published on July 17th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    CCP Games has been pushing out so many promos and events for EVE Online the last few weeks that it’s hard to even keep up. With barely time to breathe since this past weekend’s comms blackout, the studio’s now announced two more initiatives. First, there’s the new “season of skills” promo, which essentially builds on […]

  • Massively OP Podcast Episode 229: Adventures in Albion Online
    published on July 16th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Justin, Samon, and Bree discuss Daybreak, the new LOTR MMO Amazon is co-developing, EVE Online's comms blackout, Caravan Stories, and City of Heroes, with a sponsored segment on Albion Online's Percival update.

  • Global Chat: Sucked into Shadowbringers
    published on July 14th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    It’s hard to deny the fact that this July, half of the online gaming population seems to be immersed into FFXIV’s Shadowbringers expansion. And it also seems like everyone is talking about nothing but the excellent tale. “This might be the best storyline that Square Enix has produced for this game so far,” wrote MMO […]

  • The Daily Grind: Which online game has a personality that mirrors yours?
    published on July 13th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    Intentionally designed or not, every MMO and online game exudes a personality, and no two are exactly alike. It might be the cheerful anarchy of Trove, the crisp aloofness of EVE Online, the future rockstar vibe of WildStar, or the whimsical childishness of Glitch, but personalities are there. And, I think, they matter more than […]

  • EVE Evolved: EVE Online’s comms blackout will lead to absolute anarchy
    published on July 11th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    All hell is about to break loose in EVE Online for the territorial alliances waging wars in the depths of space following some the craziest weeks in the game’s long history. A series of events that kicked off late last month with NPC fleets attacking player-built structures throughout nullsec is about to escalate into all-out […]

  • A communications blackout threatens EVE Online
    published on July 6th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    The recent Triglavian invasions of EVE Online’s galaxy is starting to impact the player population in an unexpected quarter: by denying pilots the ability to effectively communicate with each other. CCP broadcast that all of nullsec space will soon be hit by a communications blackout that will at least hamper chatter between players. In-universe, this […]

  • EVE Evolved: NPC invasions wreak havoc across EVE Online
    published on June 30th, 2019 at 02:09 PM
    When CCP Games released a new EVE Online expansion named Invasion at the end of last month, players were readying themselves to battle limited NPC attacks in high-security space. No-one expected all hell to break loose in the depths of player-controlled nullsec space, but that’s exactly what’s started to happen this week as powerful NPC […]

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