One of the more popular mutants not named Wolverine has been added to the free-to-play action-MMO Marvel Heroes roster, Gambit.
ArenaNet has announced new Fractal of the Mists content for Guild Wars 2. The Fractured update includes many improvements to the Fractual gameplay mode which allows players to test their skills in endless dungeons. The new update adds three new fractals, two new boss fractals, and also patches some gameplay issues.
Wargaming.net has announced some of the first information about the upcoming Update 8.10 for World of Tanks, which will feature some new Japanese tanks along with a new lighting system.
unFun Games' has announced that the Shining Force-inspired MMO Shining Force Online will be launching on the 28th November.
Last July, a 19 year old modder Alexander Velicky produced
a Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim mod called "Falskaar", which took him a year to produce. The mod was a land mass a third the size of the game's main continent and included new quests, NPCs and soundtrack.
Cryptic has posted a new blog detailing the new "Paragon Paths" for their massively multiplayer RPG Neverwinter. Paragon Paths are essentially the elite class upgrade for each of the base classes, and the three that the developer highlights in the post are the Control Wizard, Great Weapon Fighter, and Guardian Fighter.
The 2.1 update for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be arriving on the 17th December, and Square Enix has made a developer post detailing how the new housing feature will work.
Star Wars: The Old Republic game designer Jason Attard posted a new developer blog post for the MMO, detailing the new features being introduced in Galactic Starfighter, including the ability to upgrade and customize a fleet of starships.
Square Enix has announced that the first update patch, version 2.1, for Final Fantasy XIV will be arriving on the 17th December.
Got enough friends to help you move your virtual coach into that Garrison coming in the Warlords of Draenor expansion? Of course you don't because "this is Warcraft - you make a base, you don't make a house."
Lead encounter designer Ion Hazzikostas from Blizzard expresses the studio's view on it being a bit silly to 'just have a house' in World of Warcraft. It's also for solo ownership, not 'fun hogging' guilds.
Mojang has announced that one-click live streaming on Twitch.tv for Minecraft is now active. Gamers who wish to broadcast their session to the world can do so with greater ease than ever.
Perfect World has announced that Module 2: Shadowmantle will be arriving for MMO Neverwinter early next month, December 5th, which is the second free expansion for the Cryptic Studios game.
A new adventure zone, the Dread Ring Campaign, Collections, Artifacts, new class Paragon Paths and the newest class the Hunter Ranger all feature in Module 2.
Sony Online Entertainment is celebrating the one year anniversary of the launch of their MMOFPS PlanetSide 2 with a special bundle as well as live events.
NCSoft has released a new Dev Speak trailer for their upcoming MMO Wildstar, this time focusing on the Spellslinger class, which is basically a dual-wielding cowboy (or girl) specializing in DPS who can also cast healing magic.
Turbine was forced to delay the launch of the Helm's Deep expansion for Lord of the Rings Online as a power failure knocked out their systems. Functionality was quickly restored but issues remain.
The studio is undertaking some "lengthy diagnostic investigations" to figure out how the power failure occurred, and warned some servers will have trouble for a little while.
In an interview with Digital Spy, lead systems designer Greg Street revealed that Blizzard is looking to release yearly expansions for World of Warcraft to boost subscriber figures and keep the game fresh.
Short-lived and beautifully visualised MMO Glitch from developer Tiny Speck has just been released again, except this time in raw form. Around 10,000 art assets have been made available for free.
That's not all as Tiny Speck has also given away its animations and source code for anyone to do with as they please. They couldn't bear for it to be "shuttered away forever."
How will The Elder Scrolls Online dealing with the dirty business of 'kill-stealing'? The latest Ask Us Anything posted by Bethesda reveals the MMORPG doesn't want to discourage "helpful behaviour" in any way.
In order to prevent kill-stealing, only if someone does sufficient enough damage alongside the original aggressor will they share in any XP or loot, otherwise they get nothing.
Sony Online Entertainment ran a live stream for EverQuest Next on Twitch.TV, hosted by director of development Dave Georgeson, community manager Colette Murphy, and senior producer Terry Michaels. The trio discuss the special "Landmark Founder's Pack" preorder bonus triers, as well as the building tools that allow associate producer Eric Smith to build a castle, which gamers will be able to do in-game.
Developer Trion Worlds has announced their procedurally generated voxel-based online adventure RPG game, Trove.