On December 12th, Amazon Game Studios announced the launch date of the upcoming 16th – 17th century fantasy MMORPG New World at The Game Awards 2019 event held in Los Angeles. The open world MMO is fully launching in May 2020. The final business model for the game has not been announced yet.
It has been nearly a year since Black Desert Mobile released in Asia and now Pearl Abyss will finally allow Western players and the whole global fanbase to play the game! Black Desert Mobile will launch globally on December 11th 2019.
Developer Eyedentity has revealed that the South East Asian release date for the World of Dragon Nest is set for January 8th, 2020. Both Android and iOS users will gain access on that day. The SEA release is specific to Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
A new indie-developed MMORPG titled Reign of Darkness has launched into Early Access. While still in development, the game is currently a tab-target, theory-crafting, dragon-runner and RPG game based on Dungeons & Dragons concepts. Check out the videos below for gameplay and development footage.
During Xbox X019, the annual Xbox celebration event held in London, Phil Spencer, the head executive of Microsoft’s Xbox division confirmed that Square Enix‘s popular MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV will be coming to the Xbox One console. No details or release dates have been mentioned.
Bless Unleashed, the new MMORPG on Xbox One has launched its open beta. Bless Unleashed shares the same lore and world as the previously shut-down PC MMORPG Bless Online. The game is published by Bandai Namco. The beta is set to run from November 7th to November 21st. You can start your adventure by downloading the game from the Xbox Microsoft Store.
Developer Jagex has launched the mobile version of the long-running MMORPG RuneScape into Early Access. RuneScape Mobile is now available for download on the the Google play store for Android users. iOS mobile users will need to wait until sometime next year. The game is also set to fully launch in 2020.
WarpPortal has announced that Ragnarok Online (iRO) will be suspended for two months to make way for a massive “mega-update”. The iRO team was given the option to receive several updates all at once with a focus on improvements on quality of life and day-to-day adventuring in Midgard.
The iRO update will include “about a dozen game-system and quality of life updates such as Daily Login rewards, a tried and tested Anti-Cheat system, the long awaited pet evolution system, and much more”.