Forge’s new update this week will make it free-to-play

Dark Vale Games has announced that its massively multiplayer online action role-playing game Forge is going free-to-play. The change will come via an update this week.

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    The Hammerhead Bundle from Indie Royale is now live, and it contains Primordia, Pressure, Forge, Richard and Alice and Gas Guzzlers: Combat Carnage. Those who pay $8 or their currency equivalent will also receive MY OK BBS’s chiptune album: It’s Not Great in MP3 and FLAC format. All are DRM-free and Windows only, and available […]

  • FORGE 1.04 update now available, is on sale for 66% off on Steam

    Dark Vale Games has announced that update 1.04 is now available for FORGE. It adds: a new Training Zone vs. A.I. controlled bots, Pre-Game Lobby, server browser, group matchmaking, expanded ability Focus System with 30 new abilities and more. The developer also announced that new classes such as the Ravager and the Tinker, multiplayer maps, […]

  • Halo 4 Forge maps hitting multiplayer playlists within the fortnight - report

    Halo 4 developer 343 Industries should be adding the best of the Forge community’s creations across a range of multiplayer playlists within the fortnight, according to Halo Waypoint head Jessica Shea.

  • FORGE now available on Steam, other digital outlets

    FORGE, the multiplayer-only PC title from Dark Vale Games, is now available on Steam and other online retailers. You can also make use of the two-for-one deal going on through Steam, Amazon, and GamersGate, as well as the game’s official website. The game will run you $19.99. Check out the launch trailer below.

  • Forge to release in December, purchases net an extra copy

    Forge, Dark Vale Games’ PC multiplayer game will release next month via digital distribution, and those who drop $19.99 for it will gain a second copy to hand over to a pal.

  • Halo 4 forge mode detailed, in the works at Crimson Alliance dev

    Crimson Alliance developer Certain Affinity is behind Halo 4’s editing mode, Forge.