“All you have to do to get a one week trial key is…email me at sweathers at citadelstudios.net.”
Citadel Studios wants its players to bring a friend to Legends of Aria
. This week marks as the beginning of Bring-A-Friend Week which allows those with a working email account to receive a one week trial key to give out to their friends by asking for one from Citadel Studios via email
It seems that new players are also encouraged to ask for keys to try the buy-to-play game with Citadel Studios stating that “if you just want to try it yourself, not because you have a friend playing, well, welcome to you! We hope all of you love Legends of Aria.”
Gameforge has announced that the Western version of SoulWorker has received the housing update and a new Sprint Event. Starting at level 8, players can take a break from their ruthless monster-hunting and “chill out in their rooms.”
To access the housing system, players can press H to open up the accommodation menu. In the top-right, there is a button used to go inside of their apartments. There are also Home Manager devices in every town that can be used to access the instanced player housing.
The next stage of the ArcheAge: Legends Return fresh start servers will begin on June 13th with the Conquer phase. Players on Legends Return servers will receive an update that will allow them to claim land in the Golden Ruins, challenge the Serpentis raid dungeon, prove themselves in the Sea of Drowned Love and Sea of Drowned Love’s weekend version and defeat Meina and Glenn in Auroria.
Dark and Light Community Manager Erebus has announced that the much awaited Dev Kit is finally ready for players to get their hands on. Players can begin creating their own game content on Tuesday, June 5th 10:00 AM EST. The Dev Kit can be downloaded from the Epic Games Launcher. Players can upload their creations to the Steam Workshop for others to download and add to their Dark and Light experience.
Snail Games states that the Dev Kit is stable and has gone through internal testing by community modders.
CCP Games and Netease have officially announced that the two companies are working together to co-develop a new mobile MMO called EVE: Project Galaxy that will bring an authentic Eve Online experience to mobile devices. The game will be available on iOS devices first in 2019 with support for Apple’s ARKit 2.0. Netease states that there are plans to bring the game to players worldwide in 2019.
Closers, the side-scrolling brawler MMORPG aims to have all of the currently known characters by the end of this year! En Masse Entertainment has updated the game’s roadmap with a list of new content, updates and characters that are expected to come by December of 2018.
Between July and September of this year, players can expect to see and play as Violet the Valkyrie, the sword-wielding blue-haired member of the Wolfdogs team, and Wolfgang Schneider of the Wildhüter team. Soma and Luna Aegis are expected to join the Wildhüter as playable characters sometime between October and December.
Check out the combat gameplay of the four upcoming characters below and the list of expected content on the official Closers site.
The World of Warcraft game client will no longer support 32-bit operating systems when the Battle for Azeroth expansion goes live on August 14th. Blizzard Entertainment states that the vast majority of players run the game client on 64-bit systems and the change will allow them to focus on the 64-bit version’s stability and efficiency. If you’re using a 32-bit OS, you’ll need to upgrade to keep playing. For most operating systems, this option is available for free.
Jin Seipatsu, the lightning fist brawler character of SoulWorker has received a new class upgrade in the Korean version of the game. Now powered by two mechanical wings, Jin’s hand-to-hand action combat is greatly diversified with a set of new explosive close and long range skills. Long range energy blasts lets Jin gather and blow enemies from afar.
With Jin Seipatsu’s latest update, the Korean version of SoulWorker has now updated all but one character in the roster. The English version has yet to receive any of the character upgrades and is still on their way to release the sixth SoulWorker member, Iris Yuma. Jin Seipatsu was released not long ago as a playable character in Gameforge’s English version. You can play as the explosive and tanky character now, but don’t expect to receive a pair of mech wings anytime soon. If Gameforge plans to follow the same order as the Korean version, there are four characters that will receive their character upgrades ahead of Jin.