While Turbine, Asheron's Call's publisher, had kept the servers running, that's coming to an end on January 31, 2017. That's particularly bad news for a 74-year-old grandfather who's been playing the game since 1999.
A playable legacy version of World of Warcraft will launch later this month, returning veteran players to the realm of Azeroth as it existed prior to the launch of Blizzard's many expansions and gameplay overhauls.
During the Fan Festival event in Las Vegas, Square Enix revealed the next expansion for Final Fantasy XIV, called Stormblood, arriving in 2017. It will provide enough content to fill a stand-alone game, and feature new areas to…
Bethesda now offers a Gold Edition of The Elder Scrolls Online packing the core game and the four DLC packs. The company also offers the Guilds and Glory bundle containing the four DLC packs that can only be purchased inside the game.
Star Trek Online made its debut on the PC back in 2010 after a six-year development window, and now the game finally lands on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It's free-to-play, but offers perks and exclusive packs for subscribers.
Developer CCP Games promises "big, fundamental changes" on PC for its massively multiplayer online role-playing game Eve Online. It plans to drop its subscription requirements for the first time while enabling a new free-to-play…
Space-based MMORPG Eve Online has seen its share of battles, but the latest conflict promises to be the largest in the game's history. On one side is the Imperium Coalition, boasting 40,000 pilots, who are facing off against the…
While Guild Wars 2 always lacked a subscription, players had to pay a one-time fee for the game client. Not anymore, though. The base game is now free, so users can jump in, download the client, and play without spending a dime.
A new entry in the Steam database points to WildStar -- an MMO that launched less than a year ago -- dropping its monthly subscription fee and moving to Steam as a one-time purchase, similar to Elder Scrolls Online.
Definitely a deplorable situation, a California couple put their World of Warcraft addiction ahead of the well-being of two young children in their care and now face up to seven years in prison if convicted of child abuse.