Trove is a sandbox MMO that allows players to build whatever they can imagine in their own worlds. Players are free to explore the massive, creative and ever-changing world of Trove without restrictions or boundaries. The game’s developers say it’s an alternative universe with no barriers between you and your creations.
Trove’s Polished Paragon system ensures that its gamers will have much to accomplish this season. On PlayStation and Xbox, this patch introduced a new progression path for endgame gamers. Watch the trailer now!
“Effective now, all experience points (XP) gained on Level 30 classes will count toward Paragon levels for that class. While it may take a little more work to fill the XP meter for those Paragon levels than previously, the benefits will be well worth it.”
And this is just the beginning of what’s to come! In this episode of The MOP Together, we’ve rounded up some of the lesser MMO news pieces and videos from the last week (and if you spot anything we missed, please let us know)!
Valorant has introduced the ability to set keybinds to certain agents, as well as reintroducing Wide Player cards.
Onigiri is returned as Onigiri Heroes, a mobile game for Android and iOS that is currently available.
Realm of the Mad God has new Storm Caller Bard and Earthen Bulwark ST sets, as well as making some important schematic modifications.
Storm Grinders received a mission revamp, a new contract log, improved party flow, and crafting enhancements in Space Punks’ third update.
The Crewmate Edition of Among Us has been pushed back from January to December 21st.
A patch for Neverwinter has been released that modifies companions and UI loadouts.
Update 3.1 of Battlefield 2042 included several balance tweaks, hit enhancements, and bug fixes.
Riot Games is suing a fraud ring that pretended to be the corporation providing employment opportunities.
Wired takes an intriguing look at the rise of non-traditional games: “Axie Infinity’s success is a result of the blurring of the lines between investment and gaming.”
This month, NetEase’s Identity V will have another crossover event with the manga Cased Closed.
“For our last server of the year, we’ll be returning to the craziness of Crossfire, but this time we’ll be spicing things up with the long-awaited return of Alliance Assaults,” Starborne said. The galaxy’s riches are at your fingertips, so plan ahead and expand to acquire the core resource fields…before someone else does.”
Winged Lions, War Thunder’s next major content update, will bring the Israeli aviation tech tree as well as non-aircraft carrier ships that can launch planes.
Cyberpunk 2077 is the subject of a class action lawsuit, which CD Projekt is attempting to resolve.
The crew from Prosperous Universe discussed map improvements and their secret second project.
Lineage W is working on a patch that will include the realm of Aden as well as the Dark Elf class.
“That unique time of year when heroes and moglins assemble ’round the Frostval tree… to battle Yettun in their caverns,” AdventureQuest 3D said.
The mobile edition of the MMOARPG, Tree of Savior M, is entering closed beta testing in Korea.
Sony may be working on a gaming subscription service for its PlayStation systems. So goes the rumor.
And while we’re on the subject of battle passes, Lineage II Aden has just launched its first, which contains both a free and paid reward track.
“Apex Legends is in wonderful hands,” Chat Grenier said of his resignation from Respawn, “and I feel like I can walk away knowing this game and community will continue to be taken care of.”
Elsword has created a new route for you to try:
With the Lands Awakened patch, Albion Online includes 17 new music tracks:
Every year, the MMO business produces an increasing amount of news; no one website could possibly cover it all. That’s why, every week, we compile all the extras in The MOP Up, our weekly roundup of MMO news we don’t want to go lost in the gaps of time. Send us your breaking news through our tip line!