Tag Archives: pirates of the burning sea
Tue, Nov 23, 2010 | 15:24 GMT
Flying Lab Software has announced its Pirates of the Burning Sea’s MMO will have it’s free-to-play launch delayed by a week.
Fri, Jun 12, 2009 | 21:27 BST
Steam’s weekend sale enters the realm of MMOs with titles ranging from 20-75 percent off.
Here’s the list:
- Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures – $9.99
- City of Heroes Architect Edition – $15.99
- EVE Online: Apocrypha – $7.49
- EverQuest Secrets of Faydwer Starter Pack – $15.99
- EverQuest Seeds of Destruction All-In-One Compilation Pack – $31.99
- EverQuest II Rise of Kunark Starter Pack – $15.99
- EverQuest II The Shadow Odyssey – $9.99
- Guild Wars Trilogy – $39.99
- Lineage – $7.99
- Lineage II: Gracia & trade Final – $15.99
- Pirates of the Burning Sea – $15.99
- Vanguard Saga of Heroes – $15.99
Some of those are pretty cheap, actually.
Thanks, Evil Avatar.
Sat, Feb 21, 2009 | 22:18 GMT
Loads of goings on in the world of MMOs, as usual. Let us make sense of it for you.
This week’s had its fair share of content updates, a closed beta, character testing, teaser screens, and an MMO set near the Grand Canyon, in the future, after a plague. Honestly.
Read on after the jump.
Sat, Feb 14, 2009 | 23:05 GMT
Sure, the more important MMO stories gets their own pieces during the week, but what about all games that aren’t World of Warcraft? Where does that leave them? Here in our MMO news round-up, obviously.
So much happens on a daily basis in the world of MMOs that we thought we’d put as much as we can in one lovely Saturday post. Saves snowing you with the smaller stuff all week that way.
Full thing after the break.
Mon, Jan 19, 2009 | 07:37 GMT
Sony Online Entertainment’s MMOs – including EverQuest, EverQuest II, Vanguard: Saga of Heroes and Pirates of the Burning Sea – are now available on Steam.
To make the deal even sweeter, Valve’s offering special offers on some of the games while they’re new on the service.
Get details here.
Wed, Apr 16, 2008 | 16:26 BST
SOE’s confirmed that seven of the 11 Pirates of the Burning Sea servers are being shut down. The MMO doesn’t have enough players to make the piratic magic happen across the full quota of launch servers, the company said in a statement on the game’s official site.
When Pirates of the Burning Sea launched on January 22nd, we introduced our customers to 11 new game servers. Through feedback from our players and evaluation of our server populations, it has become clear that key game features require populations of higher density in order to function at optimum levels. When you take into account both the disparity in player time zones and the delayed launch of our title in some countries, we were spreading our overall population too thin. Also, in more recent builds, we were able to improve our server technology to allow for an even larger population than we were originally equipped to handle.
Probably too much splicing the main brace going on, or something.