The Wolfhunter Dungeon DLC has arrived to the console version (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) of The Elder Scrolls Online. Players can now check out the new content such as the two new dungeons called March of Sacrifices and Moon Hunter Keep. The new adventure is available for free with an ESO Plus membership or available for purchase from the in-game Crown Store. For more information on the DLC, visit the official Elder Scrolls Online site.
The mobile version of the anime-styled hack’n’slash brawler SoulWorker has finally launched in China where it is called Soul Keeper: Awakening (異次元行者:覺醒). Soul Keeper brings the same action-packed gameplay on mobile devices as its PC counterpart.
Soul Keeper: Awakening can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Keep in mind that everything in the game is in Chinese. The voice acting is in Japanese. Watch the trailer below to see the different classes in combat.
Kritika Online has announced that The Prodigy class has arrived with the game’s latest content update. The Prodigy uses a wand, a staff, a hammer and various other over-sized weapons to blow her enemies to smithereens. She is the only child-size playable character. The new class also brings two Advanced Classes called the Artifex and the Elemancer.
A new Ultimate Zone called The Eternal Library has opened its doors to players looking for precious knowledge and loot. This new zone can be accessed from the Windhome Danger Zone Highway.
The next major content update for Blade & Soul called Warden’s Fury will arrive on September 12th. Warden’s Fury will include the new playable class called Warden, the continuation of the epic story arc (Act 9: Cruel Reunion) and the ancient slimy pirate dungeon called The Shadowmoor.
Players with registered accounts before today will each be given a Wandering Swordsman Pack when the class arrives next month. The pack include items to help in the leveling process such as XP Charm, Weapon Chest and cosmetics. For more information, visit the official Blade & Soul site.
Trion Worlds has brought new ArcheAge content for players of the Fresh Start servers to conquer. Mighty foes that Legacy players have battled for years, Thunderwing Titan and Delphinad Ghost Ships will now join the Fresh Start servers. The Reedwind zone, home to the monstrous Thunderwing Titan, has also been made available to explore.
During Gamescom 2018, Bandai Namco revealed a new upcoming MMORPG that is set to release in 2019 for Xbox One called Bless Unleashed. Not to be confused with Neowiz’s recently launched PC MMORPG Bless Online which runs on the Unreal Engine 3, Bless Unleashed will utilize the more stable Unreal Engine 4. While the two games are unique, they share the same IP. They will share many aspects like world, environmental themes, lore and creatures.
Bless Unleashed will feature a combo-driven combat, a vibrant persistent world, player customization, co-op modes and competitive PvP. Players will be able to choose from five character classes.
French indie developer Novaquark has unveiled the release roadmap of the civilization-building Sci-fi sandbox MMO Dual Universe. The roadmap shows the expected dates for the start of the game’s testing phases and release. The earliest phase is in November of this year and the release is planned to happen in the second half of 2020.
Dual Universe has raised a total of $11 million to date with over $600,000 USD during its Kickstarter campaign in 2016. As promised by the the developers, by the end of 2018, all Kickstarter backers will gain access to the Alpha stage of Dual Universe.
Intrepid Studios has revealed that their upcoming indie-developed and crowdfunded MMORPG, Ashes of Creation will be published by My.com throughout the European Union and by Mail.ru for CIS countries (The Commonwealth of Independent States). Intrepid Studios and My.com will both make appearances at Gamescom 2018.