Weekly MMO news round-up, September 12: Star Wars has zombies, The Secret World’s not so secret anymore
Massively had a chat with Stew Chisam, VP of game operations at Hi-Rez Studios, during DragonCon last week. It’s a video interview, and in it, Chisam chats about how well things are going with Global Agenda since the two closed Betas. If this game has been on your radar, you should check out what Chisam […]
Loads of stuff as usual going on this week with MMOs. CCP has files a trademark fro Dust 514, which strangely enough resembles the EvE Logo, Warhammer’s latest patch is up on the test server, Guild Wars had some more class tweaks, and the summer festivities have been extended for Lord of the Rings Online. […]
One of the most successful companies in Korea, NHN, is to open a European office and plans to release its MMO’s to a European audience, writes GI. “Europe has tremendous growth potential that is too often overlooked by international MMO publishers,” said Dongmin Lee, head of overseas game business development. “We understand the opportunities the […]
NHN and Webzen are accepting closed beta sign-ups for the PC version of Huxley: The Dystopia. The MMO has been in open beta in Korea since 2008, uses Unreal Engine 3, and combines FPS and RPG elements. But you knew that already. A release window for PC or Xbox 360 has yet to be announced. […]
Big Download is reporting that Webzen free-to-play MMO Huxley has been delayed until 2009. NHN was scheduled to release the game on its site late this year. The reason for the delay was cited as “localisation issues,” apparently. More through the link. Thanks Blue. By Mike Bowden
After the break. The Webzen MMOFPS is releasing in the US later this year. Still no date for a European release. Doesn’t look like the worst thing in the world, to be honest.
It’s on PCGames. The trailer shows future-soldiers, power-armour, shooting, invisibility and some more shooting. The Korean MMO is still something of an unknown quantity, but is releasing in America later this year. So there’s lovely.