The MMO Round-up captures the genre’s most notable happenings of the week in easy to consume, bite-sized portions.
It’s no secret that World of Warcraft has been fairly stagnate recently, but Blizzard assures that growth will come.
BioWare showed off the Sith Warrior class for Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Aion Lead Producer Chris Hager talked extensively about the game’s big 2.0 upgrade.
Dungeon Fighter Online is set to release on June 9 which is just around the corner so get ready.
TERA showed off the game’s classes in video form and there are a lot of melee classes apparently.
Always a good sign, Archlord opened up some new servers and added in new incentives.
Warner Bros. appointed Jeff Junge as the new head honcho over at Turbine.
Nexon has reported their revenue is up 56% and also announced they now hold a majority stake in the company GameHi.
If you’re interested the 1.9 patch for Aion is now available for early download, it should make the launch a tiny bit smoother.
In the ever-growing list of MMOs the game Craft of Gods went live this week.
Ryan Tornquist, Director of The Secret World, let some things spill in a Q&A this week.
Need for Speed World is set to cruise into your home on July 20.
On the heels of the Chapter III launch, Runes of Magic introduced a new skill set.
Global Agenda video blog talks Sandstorm patch and epic weapons.
Mounts are awesome and Allods Online is getting them pretty soon.
EVE Online expansion Tyrannis went live this week and they launched a new website along with it.
Computer security company Symantec is currently analyzing 44 million stolen accounts from many MMOs including WoW and Aion.
Battle of the Immortals showed off some fancy new armor in screenshot and video form.
A new DC Universe inside the studio video was released this week.