The MMO Round-up captures the genre’s most notable happenings of the week in easy to consume, bite-sized portions.
Final Fantasy XIV soft launched this week for the lucky folks who purchased the collector’s edition of the game. Those with the standard version will see the game launching on Sept 30.
A new class video from the BioWare team came out this week showing off the Smuggler class in Star Wars: The Old Republic.
After many ups and downs 38 Studios is officially moving to Rhode Island and is due to receive a fat wad of cash as a result.
Pirates of the Burning Sea devs detailed the transition their new free-to-play model.
Score! The Bible Online is looking at Sept 28 for a European launch.
The latest class Gadgeteer was revealed for Mythos and it looks pretty darn awesome.
Global Agenda was updated to version 1.37, which brings many changes.
There is a Micheal Jackson MMO coming, called Planet Micheal, and it’s coming in 2011.
The post-apocalyptic world of Fallen Earth was updated to version 1.7.
Aion reached their one year anniversary in the western world and NCsoft took some time to talk about it.
CCP’s new MMO was confirmed as World of Darkness and is based on Vampire: The Masquerade.
The TERA devs released the walkthrough video from their demo at this year’s PAX.
Warhammer Online got through its second year and is offering up rewards to veteran players.
CCP announced this week that the next expansion to EVE Online called Incarna is set to drop in the Summer of 2011.
Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures hit the 1 million player mark this week.
Yes Ultima Online is still around and their latest expansion High Seas went to open beta this week.
Want some insight into the Alignment system coming to City of Heroes? Then check out their latest dev diary that was released this week.