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  • EVE Online details its Champions of Lowsec event and posts another monthly econ report
    published on March 27th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    If the changes to lowsec in EVE Online aren’t already enough to get you to fly to that section of space and blow up other people, then perhaps some notoriety in-game and in meatspace is the incentive you need. Enter the Champions of Lowsec event, which is on between now and March 31st. As we […]

  • EVE Online pledges Loyalty to Lowsec with today’s update
    published on March 24th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Traveling through the void of EVE Online is about to get significantly spicier, especially if you jump to lowsec areas of space. Today’s Loyalty to Lowsec update has brought on the much-lauded adjustments to faction warfare such as increased Loyalty Point payout for PvP kills, tweaks to faction warfare complex Acceleration Gates, and the miniature […]

  • EVE Online addresses cheaters, elaborates on tomorrow’s faction war updates
    published on March 23rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    EVE Online has a whole lot to talk about, both on its official site and in the weekly EVE Pulse video series. This week, there’s a look at the next content update coming to the Fight or Flight Quadrant which will bring a number of faction war updates, and yet another discussion about measures being […]

  • EVE Online rolls out faction war changes for testing
    published on March 20th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    The latest changes to EVE Online‘s faction war system are not yet on the game’s live server, but they are available for players to try out on the test server to see how they work out. And they’re pretty significant changes; for example, pilots who are not participating in a faction war who choose to […]

  • Fallout 76’s free stuff, Population Zero’s giveaway, and Hearthstone’s private events
    published on March 19th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    A very slight but real silver lining of the global situation is that many game studios are using this opportunity to throw all sorts of promotions players’ way (which is, of course, self-serving but no less welcome). Fallout 76 can’t get Wastelanders out the door any earlier, but as a consolation prize, it’s handing out […]

  • EVE Online players recount a $5000 ganking and its aftermath on the victim
    published on March 17th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    How would you feel if you saw $5,000 worth of in-game assets blown to smithereens? That was what happened to one EVE Online pilot, marking one of the most expensive kills in the sandbox title’s recent history. That would, effectively, be the end of the story, but there are a number of interesting details surrounding […]

  • The Daily Grind: What MMO are you playing instead of going out right now?
    published on March 17th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Whether you’re practicing extreme social distancing or actually hunkered down within a quarantine zone, quite a lot of you are playing video games right now, as evidenced by the huge spikes on Steam this past weekend. While health workers and delivery people and grocery clerks risk their lives, many folks are recognizing that the best […]

  • EVE Online returns to China after a two-year interruption
    published on March 13th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    EVE Online has been given the thumbs-up by the People’s Republic of China. The space sandbox MMORPG originally released in China back in 2006, at which time Tiancity handled the publishing duties. That deal ran out in 2018 and the game was put on hold until a new local operator could be found. Thanks to […]

  • EVE Online makes moons prettier and introduces market order changes in its latest update
    published on March 10th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    EVE Online has kicked out another update which has a couple of features that players have likely already been expecting. If you haven’t been keeping up, though, expect the moons of the game to look prettier and market orders to have a few more fees tacked on. The latest set of patch notes outlines what’s […]

  • EVE Online shows off visual updates for moons and promises continued regular content patches
    published on March 9th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    EVE Online has posted another episode of its EVE Pulse video series, and while this episode is a bit thin on big reveals, it does provide a quick look at some new visuals being worked on for the game’s moons and a general update on the game’s content cadence going forward. A brief word from […]

  • Massively Overthinking: How could MMOs combat endgame rushing?
    published on March 6th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Rushers, content locusts, world-firsters: Whatever you want to call them, these folks are both a boon and a bane for MMORPGs. They buy the boxes, drive the hype, bring people to Twitch to watch them speed through a game that was meant to take them months to stroll along. They also generate lag, forum whining, […]

  • EVE Online’s next Skilling Spree event adds a PvP component
    published on March 4th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    The popular Skilling Spree and Chilling Spree events of EVE Online are coming back to the game, but this time there’s a PvP-shaped wrinkle being added to the event. Now, players will get to earn additional skill points for taking out other players, and there will even be daily challenges that are offered. Effectively, will […]

  • Massively OP Podcast Episode 261: PAX yay, GDC nay
    published on March 3rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Justin and Bree discuss PAX East, GDC, the coronavirus' impact on gaming, Magic Legends, Population Zero, Marvel Future Revolution, LOTRO and DDO, Funcom and Dune, and City of Heroes, plus adventures in AQ3D, CoH, and SWG Legends, with mailbag topics on everything MMOs and the doom of WildStar.

  • Guild Wars 2’s Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire content lands March 17 – here’s the trailer
    published on March 3rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    During PAX East this year, Guild Wars 2 may not have been granting interviews or talking to media about the state of the game, but it did drop a teaser for Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire. Now, we’re getting more info on that teaser, as ArenaNet has just formalized it as the next […]

  • Coronavirus drives DCUO to beg off a ComicCon, but E3 planning is ‘full speed’ ahead
    published on March 3rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    When the “impact of the coronavirus on gaming” stories pile up into a roundup, you know it’s bad news. First, Daybreak and Dimensional Ink announced last night that they’ve pulled DC Universe Online from the Seattle Comic Con event, which runs from March 12th and March 15th and has not yet been canceled in spite […]

  • Massively Uplifting: DragonCon announces official charity, more studios support Australian wildfire relief
    published on March 3rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    This past month has been filled with its share of dark news, not the least of which is the coronavirus that is plaguing the world. But don’t let that bleakness overshadow your thoughts — plenty of positive and uplifting things have happened as well! February may be the shortest month of the year (even with […]

  • The Daily Grind: Do old MMOs perform so much better now than at launch that they’re actually easier?
    published on March 2nd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    MMO blogger Wilhelm of The Ancient Gaming Noob fame recently posed us a question about old vs. new MMOs. “Our WoW Classic group has been doing instances a person short and has still been very successful, even when a bit under level,” he says. His group has theorized that maybe his teammates just suck less than […]

  • Blizzard has now bowed out of GDC 2020 over coronavirus fears
    published on February 28th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    At this point, it might be easier to just write a post on the companies that are going to attend this year’s Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, as most of the bigs have all backed out. The latest? Blizzard, which has cited coronavirus concerns as its motive. “Blizzard will no longer attend this year’s […]

  • CCP Games just canceled April’s EVE Fanfest over coronavirus concerns
    published on February 28th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Yesterday, we wrote about ongoing discussions in the EVE Online community about the safety and wisdom in attending EVE Fanfest, then set to run April 2nd through 4th in Reykjavik, Iceland. We’ve seen gaming companies backing out of major gaming events like PAX East and GDC left and right, and especially in China, esports events […]

  • Hands-on with Dragon Raja: First impressions of Tecent’s new mobile MMORPG
    published on February 28th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    I enjoy mobile MMOs. It’s a hit-or-miss kind of genre: Some are great, others are terrible. I personally love the adventure of finding those good ones. So when opportunity came knocking to try Archosaur Games’ Dragon Raja, I was down. The game’s been in the back of my head for months, and I was excited to […]

  • EVE Online tours offices as fans debate potential coronavirus impact on Fanfest
    published on February 27th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    MMO players will recall that all throughout 2019, EVE Online studio CCP Games changed up its usual Fanfest in Reykjavik, Iceland, opting instead to host smaller Fanfest all over the world. Our own Brendan Drain got to attend them all! But as he explained to us, there was an ulterior motive: construction at the convention […]

  • EVE Echoes has been ‘hindered’ by the coronavirus but will launch in ‘late 2020’
    published on February 25th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    With CCP Games seemingly trying to sneak game cancelations under the radar, you might be wondering what’s going on with EVE Echoes. The EVE Online-universe mobile spinoff is a collab between CCP Games and NetEase, and its closed beta wound down in January, to the sadness of our EVE columnist, who raved about the game […]

  • EVE Online shares its economic report for January 2020 and hands out skill points for DDoS issues
    published on February 23rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    For the more industrious EVE Online player, there’s no greater moment than the monthly economic report. Well, it’s that wonderful time of the month once again as January’s report is online with all of the facts and figures you could possibly need to run your interstellar businesses. If you’re otherwise not engaged with the economic […]

  • Jukebox Heroes: Ten MMOs that strongly support their soundtracks
    published on February 23rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    It’s one thing to put a lot of music in your MMORPG or even to release that launch-day album. It’s another thing entirely to throw the full weight of support behind your score as the months and years accumulate. Alas, it’s something that many studios put on the backburner — or ignore entirely. Considering the […]

  • EVE Online is adding a frigate bay to every battleship in the game
    published on February 21st, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    The cardinal rule of EVE Online is to not fly what you can’t afford to lose. That said, bad things just happen and suddenly your big hunk of Minmatar badassery is turned into debris while you’re sitting in a defenseless pod. In an update coming this March, however, those who own battleships (and summarily have […]

  • CCP confirms the death of Project Nova, will keep future games quiet until closer to ready
    published on February 18th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Yesterday, as part of our coverage of Pearl Abyss’ Q4 2019 financial report, we broke the sad news that CCP Games’ Project Nova had been more than merely shelved indefinitely: It had been outright canceled. That investor call tidbit was later confirmed at length in the DUST 514 veterans’ Discord by Nova’s former game director, […]

  • EVE Online discusses DDoS attacks, Plex for Good, the Guardian’s Gala, and more in a video
    published on February 17th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    EVE Online’s latest edition of the EVE Pulse video series has it all: news updates, details on events coming to New Eden, questionable acting, and all of the green screen backdrops one could hope for. Here’s the highlights: The video opened up with an address regarding some DDoS attacks that have been plaguing the game […]

  • Pearl Abyss had a strong Q4 2019, but CCP’s EVE-spinoff Project Nova is officially canceled
    published on February 17th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    South Korean gaming giant Pearl Abyss is on the rise once again – and unlike many of its mobile-focused competitors, PC MMORPGs and the west accounts for a respectable chunk of its potency. Its Q4 2019 investor report shows an 11% dip in revenues since Q3, but a 20% jump year over year (that is, […]

  • The MOP Up: Runes of Magic helps you catch up
    published on February 16th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    You might or might not be aware that last December, Runes of Magic rolled out new “catch up” servers that allow players to level quickly and then transfer over to regular servers at level 85. Players are now being informed that they have until February 25th to get this done and transfer over before their […]

  • Massively Overthinking: Which MMORPG do you wish got a glow-up?
    published on February 14th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    No matter how much we love mechanics, even our most cerebral writers and readers still admit to being graphics snobs. It’s human: We like eyecandy. And it’s one of the reasons older MMOs fall out of fashion. I mean, they literally fall out of fashion and start looking old and dated. Wouldn’t it be great […]

  • Massively Overthinking: MassivelyOP, five years in
    published on February 11th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Five years ago, we flipped a switch, let the site go live, and published our first article as Massively OP. It was from Justin, in fact, and it was about, of all things, Firefall, a game that’s come and gone in the interim. We, however, are still here, with well over 30,000 articles online, thanks […]

  • EVE Online is celebrating 11 years of wormholes with its next update
    published on February 10th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    It appears that EVE Online is keen to celebrate wormholes soon. The game’s next update is all in on wormholes and wormhole-related content, announcing increased connectivity chances between wormholes and added roaming connectons between high-class wormholes. The New Eden Store will also be offering discounts on related cosmetics like the Sisters of EVE One Eden […]

  • EVE Online is having connection issues that the developers are struggling to solve
    published on February 6th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    It’s hard to connect with EVE Online at this point. Not in a metaphorical sense, but in a very literal and actual sense of connecting to the Tranquility server. The development team is aware of this and is working to fix it, having made some recent improvements that should hopefully help the issue, but even in the […]

  • Massively Uplifting: Saving lives and wildlife, studios and gamers start 2020 with compassion and charity
    published on February 4th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    A new year has begun, and many folks are looking ahead to a better 2020. And who might be making it better? Gamers! Many of our compadres in the MMOverse have the vision of a year of helping and uplifting others! And we’re all for it, and all for sharing it with you. January got […]

  • MMO Business Roundup: Stadia, Coronavirus, E3, VR, EVE Fanfest, Discord, and WOTC’s BioWare devs
    published on January 31st, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Welcome back to another roundup of MMO (and MMO-adjacent) industry news! Stadia: Google has responded to the uproar over its poor communication with the Stadia community post-launch, saying that it’s been posting updates in its own community forum and the Google Keyword blog. It seems clear that even vocal Stadia users didn’t know these things […]

  • The Daily Grind: Do you think all space MMOs should have spacelegs?
    published on January 31st, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    A few of my guildies have been deep into Elite Dangerous lately, and one of them recently pointed me to some of the rumors swirling around the major update we know is coming later this year. Apparently, last year there was a supposed leak of an internal Frontier roadmap that has at least so far […]

  • The Daily Grind: What is your favorite MMO spin-off?
    published on January 29th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    A successful online game has the potential to draw in crowds and revenue. If it’s successful enough, the studio might even splurge for a spin-off to make more money. We’ve certainly seen plenty of side projects for MMOs over the years that have vied for players’ attention. Digital card games set in the same MMO […]

  • EVE Online: DDOS, sale, and the player auction that brought in $33,000 for charity
    published on January 28th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Never let it be said that games can’t make a difference. One EVE Online player, struck by the tragedy of the Australian bushfires, put an extremely rare ship up for auction last weekend with the hopes of using the PLEX proceeds (turned into real money) to aid the disaster. The sale just went through, adding […]

  • Fight or Kite: MMO PvP needs to be memorable or it’s not worth the bother
    published on January 27th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    The best combat-related moments I’ve had in gaming were always surprising feats or wild encounters with other players. They weren’t always victories, but those were the best ones. Running from quest marker to quest marker to complete tasks can be fun and rewarding in its own way, but to be truly memorable, it takes something […]

  • EVE Online player makes a 1 million PLEX bid for charity
    published on January 25th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Last week, we reported on a PLEX for GOOD charity event being run by EVE Online to benefit the Australian brush fires victims. That was pretty good on its own, but one player has really stepped it up by helping to make a 1 million PLEX donation to the fundraising. A player by the name […]

  • Perfect Ten: The best value MMOs in 2020
    published on January 23rd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    While there is nothing wrong with dropping some money on a worthy game, many of us are looking to be as frugal as possible when engaging in MMORPGs. It’s good to keep in mind that these games are not charity; they are part of a business designed to part you and your dollar. Sorting out […]

  • EVE Online spools up the hype for EVE Fanfest 2020
    published on January 22nd, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    It’s nearly time to “party at the top of the world” as EVE Online puts it. EVE Fanfest 2020, probably the greatest time of the year to be a fan of the sci-fi sandbox MMO, is upon us in less than a week. How do we know? Well, there’s a whole new event site, for […]

  • EVE Evolved: Fight or Flight is a season for change in EVE Online
    published on January 19th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    January marks not just the beginning of a new year for EVE Online but also the start of a new seasonal development strategy for the 16-year-old sci-fi MMO. This winter is all about PvP as EVE enters its “Fight or Flight” season, a series of updates dedicated to smashing internet spaceships to bits. It began […]

  • New World just took a hard turn away from a PvP slugfest, and hardcore PvPers are not happy
    published on January 18th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Even knowing it was slated to arrive, I was still surprised last night when Amazon Game Studios dropped New World’s latest dev blog well after business hours on a Friday, the time for burying news, not for kicking off a hype cycle. But given the details of the release, maybe I shouldn’t have been. Essentially, […]

  • EVE Online’s charity campaign to support victims of Australian bushfires is now live
    published on January 16th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Last week, CCP Games announced that it was reviving its PLEX for GOOD campaign specifically to raise funds for victims of the Australian bushfires through EVE Online. Now, that campaign is live. In the studio’s letter to players, it points out that 29 people have been killed in the fires, to say nothing of the […]

  • The MOP Up: Vietnam gets Closers Online
    published on January 12th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    There’s one new country for Closers Online to conquer in 2020: Vietnam. The Southeast Asian nation just went into open beta and has a website of its very own. The team even provided links for getting started in the game and earning money for newbies. And this is just the beginning of the rest of the news! […]

  • Massively Overthinking: The best MMOs of the decade
    published on January 10th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    A few years back, we did a cheeky Massively Overthinking about our five favorite MMORPGs of all time. It was quite a potent list from a large segment of our team and readers, that’s for sure. But it was also primarily games made before 2010. And that should give you some pause. For this week’s […]

  • Dual Universe hires former CCP technical director as its chief technical officer
    published on January 9th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    Talk about a wealth of experience in internet spaceship sandbox development. Dual Universe developer Novaquark has hired CCP’s former technical director Högni Gylfason as the company’s chief technical officer. Gylfason will be bringing years of experience with EVE Online as the lead of DevOps before he jumped ship in November 2019. Gylfason will oversee workflow […]

  • EVE Online will run a PLEX for GOOD charity campaign to support victims of Australian bushfires
    published on January 8th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    On this week’s Massively OP Podcast, Justin and I answered an email from an Australian reader (hi Jack!) and mused on how odd it was that more gaming studios, particularly those based in Australia and New Zealand, weren’t embarking on charity campaigns for the region, which is currently battling unprecedented, wide-ranging bushfires that have killed […]

  • Perfect Ten: Upcoming MMOs to watch in 2020
    published on January 8th, 2020 at 03:25 PM
    There is a great feeling of flipping a calendar over to a fresh year, isn’t there? All that promise and potential spread out in front of you, the mystery of what the next 365 days will contain. If 2020 is anything like last year, it’s going to be a wild ride full of delights, surprises, […]

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