Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: MMO

(PlayStation 4 Review) Destiny: The Taken King – Legendary Edition

(PlayStation 4 Review) Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition

“… a great buy for both newcomers and returning players who skipped out on the early expansions.”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited gets Imperial City DLC for PC

The Elder Scrolls Online (Mac, PC, PS4, Xbox One) Imperial City DLC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The first download pack for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, Imperial City, has gone live for Mac and Windows PC. Console gamers will be able to download it on September 16. The expansion finds the Imperial City overrun by the Daedric forces of Prince Molag Bal and all three alliances facing off to regain the city for themselves. The add-on features six Imperial Districts offering areas for player-versus-player and player-versus-environment combat; new dungeons, with the Imperial Sewers for small groups of player-versus-player and player-versus-environment challenges, and White-Gold Tower and Imperial Prison for player-versus-environment challenges; new quests and enemies; and a new form of currency, Tel Var Stones, along with Veteran Rank 16 weapons and kit. Players can also explore to find an assortment of new costumes, mounts, pets, and polymorphs.

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PC News

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited out for PS4, Xbox One

The Elder Scrolls Online (Mac, PC, PS4, Xbox One) Patch 1 Announcement - Screenshot 4

Bethesda has released The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited for PS4 and Xbox One. The MMO, set in the world made famous by Morrowind and Skyrim, has recently transitioned from a subscription-based to a single-purchase model, with $59.99 buying the original game along with all content updates and additions. However, the game does feature optional in-game purchases for customization and convenience items. An ESO Plus subscription is also on offer for those who want access to all downloadable content packs, exclusive in-game perks, and a monthly stipend of crowns. To learn more about what awaits in Tamriel, check out this video on choice and this video on activities.

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PlanetSide 2 to officially launch for PS4 on June 23

PlanetSide2 (PC, PS4) PS4 Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Daybreak has announced that PlanetSide 2 will be deploying for PS4 on June 23. The free-to-play title has been in closed beta since January, and has been available for PC since 2012. All players will have access to the massively multiplayer first-person shooter, which is supported by in-game purchases as well as an optional membership that costs $14.99 a month. Members receive Battle Cash, discounts in the marketplace, access to exclusive promotions and double experience weekends, plus boosts for experience, certs, and resources. Director of development Andy Sites wrote up more about the impending launch at the PS Blog.

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Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited video highlights activities

Bethesda has released the second video in their This is The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited series. The first video covered the amount of choice in options and play styles, while the latest details the possible activities for players to partake in, such as dungeons world bosses, Trials, and the Alliance War in Cyrodiil. Castle sieges, large-scale battles, and hulking bosses are all on display during the three-minute run time.

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Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited trailer highlights choice

Bethesda has released a new video for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Titled Freedom and Choice in Tamriel, the footage focuses on the extensive options available to players, such as the classes and races they can choose from to the playstyles made possible by the extensive amount of ability specialization options. Tamriel Unlimited includes all of the content from the original ESO, plus all subsequent patches and content updates, but without the subscription fee.

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Daybreak launches website, kicks off livestreams and contests

Daybreak (Company) Launch - Screenshot 1 (H1Z1)

The recently rebranded Daybreak Game Company has revealed their new website as well as celebration plans. Beginning today, the studio will be hosting a week of livestreams of titles from their days as Sony Online Entertainment, including DC Universe Online, EverQuest, Landmark, and PlanetSide. In addition to the streams, the studio will also be giving away goodies and announcing other activities. The full schedule is available below.

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PC News

The Crew demo up for PS4, tomorrow for Xbox One, update, DLC out

The Crew (PC, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) Demo Announcement - Screenshot 3

Ubisoft has released a demo of their MMO-styled racer The Crew today for PS4 and another scheduled to go live tomorrow for Xbox One. The demo is playable for two hours and allows players to transfer their progress to the full version. Launching alongside the demo is the $6.99 Vintage Car Pack, which includes the Chevrolet Corvette C2, Chevrolet Corvette C3 and Spyker C8 Aileron, as well as the Vintage Live Update. The update adds new missions, customization options. and player-versus-player mode. Details are available below.

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Nordic Games to assist in physical distribution of Shadowrun Online

Shadowrun Online (PC) Nordic Announcement - Screenshot 1

Nordic Games will be working with Cliffhanger Productions to distribute Shadowrun Online, including a physical boxed version. The tactical team-based role-playing game is currently available through Steam Early Access. In the game, players live in a cyberpunk-infused 2076, after the destruction of Boston by a dragon whose escape led to the poisoning of its inhabitants, turning them into killers. Elves, Dwarves, and other mythical races live in this new world, where corporations rule the land. The final version of the game will feature 50-plus enemies, hacking, over 60 combat and noncombat skills, and five races.

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PC News

Elder Scrolls Online dropping for-pay model, console release dated

A lot of news out of Bethesda today in regards to the upcoming revamp of their Elder Scrolls MMO, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. First up, console gamers were given a set launch date of June 9 for both PS4 and Xbox One. The biggest announcement, impacting all players, is that the game is dropping its for-pay model on March 17. Instead of a monthly subscription fee, players will only have to pay the one-time purchase price whenever they first buy the game. The Tamriel Unlimited release includes all of the content from the original game as well as new Justice and Champion systems, plus support for optional for-pay content and an in-game Crown Store for item customization. Former and current accounts will all be upgraded to the new version for free. To entice more players to Tamriel, a new 23-plus-minute ‘supercut’ cinematic video was also released, featuring all of the game’s factions battling it out.

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