The MMO Round-Up / Dec 19

The MMO Round-up captures the genre’s most notable happenings of the week in easy to consume, bite-sized portions.

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm sold over 3.3 million in 24 hours leaving the previous record set by Wrath of the Lich King in the dust.

Blizzard confirmed that Titan is the new MMO they’re working on, other than that we’re all still in the dark.

The Age of Conan 2.1 patch brought changes to the game’s Guardian system and a typical winter event.

TERA showed off their auction house market and the corresponding UI in a recent video.

The much anticipated Mythos went into closed beta phase this week, sign up now or forever hold your peace.

CCP revealed that some much needed UI updates are on their way for EVE Online.

SOE’s John Smedley discussed DC Universe Online’s beta and the upcoming Planteside MMO in a recent blog update.

BioWare showed off the design process for the Curoscant in Star Wars: The Old Republic.

TERA devs talked about the importance of player feedback in MMOs vs single-player games in a recent dev blog update.

The long list of MMOs coming out of Perfect World Entertainment grew by another as The Legend of Martial Arts launched this week.

Nexon announced the next big update for Dungeon Fighter Online called Kiss of the Gun.

The second phase of Maple Story’s big bang update is coming and you can check out the epic trailer.

The December update for Final Fantasy XIV went live. Check out the complete patch notes here.

The third class and race preview for TERA was released by En Masse.