Tag Archives: Archlord
Sat, Oct 10, 2009 | 21:05 BST
Not a whole lot this week in MMOs that didn’t hit the front page – still, there’s still some news past the break.
Read on to find out more about changes in the Legendary System and Skirmishes to Lord of the Rings Online when Siege of Mirkwood is releases.
Also, while scanning through the bullet organizes updates, you will find information on crew member jobs for Star Trek Online, a release date for EVE Online: Dominion, and how families who play MMOs can keep safety in mind when letting children play online.
It’s all ahead. Click onward.
Wed, Sep 02, 2009 | 11:45 BST
Whoops. Codemasters won’t be running Archlord in the West any more, as you can see from this “transition FAQ”.
Codemasters is shutting its ArchLord servers down on October 2. License-owner Webzen is claiming it’s to open its own servers for the game on October 3.
Codemasters now operates two MMOs in Europe: Turbine’s Lord of the Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online.
Fri, May 23, 2008 | 07:05 BST
Codemasters announced this afternoon that free-to-play MMO Archlord has now hit 500,000 players in the west.
Apparently, since moving to a non-sub model, the Korean game has seen “explosive growth”.
Codemasters Online marketing head Ed Relf commented, “This is a key milestone in the growth of ArchLord. ArchLord is a premier free-to-play MMORPG offering significantly more depth and quality than most other free-to-play games and this recent achievement solidifies our commitment to the ongoing development and success of ArchLord.”
Press release after the link. If you fancy giving the game a waz, hit this.
Mon, Feb 11, 2008 | 08:00 GMT
If you’re thinking of going to Connect 2008 in Birmingham next month, sign up for your tickets with the code COCON21 and you’ll get a 20 percent discount.
The two-day community event will give you access to all of Codemasters Online Gaming’s MMOs – D&D Online, Archlord, LotRo, RF Online and the newly confirmed Jumpgate: Evolution – as well as NetDevil, Jumpgate’s developer and Turbine, the team behing Lord of the Ring Online.
Pre-reduction tickets range from a mighty £100 for a VIP pass to a less strenuous £30 for a single day pass. A normal full weekend ticket is £55. So don’t forget to use that code if you fancy popping along.
The discount offer lasts a week, so if you’re going to do it, get on it.