On Tuesday, March 15, just a few days after Diablo II got its first patch since 2011, Warcraft III will get its first patch since 2011. Blizzard’s classic games group is kicking all sorts of ancient ass these days.
Today NCsoft's massively-multiplayer online game Aion upgrades to version 2.5, Empyrean Calling, delivering a host of new content, features, and tweaks aimed at pleasing players current and lapsed. Is it enough to lure fresh MMO fans to the game?
Trion Worlds' fantast MMO Rift has gathered quite an audience since its launch last month, and those loyal fans are now being rewarded with a full-scale invasion from the plane of death. Just their way of saying thanks, now die.
World of Warcraft patch 3.3.3 is now live, giving players an all-new, all-random way to queue up for the game's popular player-versus-player battlegrounds.
Ubisoft dropped us a line today to let us know that both console versions of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood have patches waiting for them, improving multiplayer connection and balancing.
Blizzard upgrades World of Warcraft to version 3.2 today, implementing the Crusaders' Coliseum dungeons, PVP experience, level 20 mounts, Druid form changes, Rogue axe-wielding, and far fewer embarrassing raid looting situations.
The introduction of the long-awaited Equipment Manager feature in today's patch 3.1.2 makes playing World of Warcraft even easier, if that's possible.
Flying Lab's MMO Pirates of the Burning Sea sails into the new year with the release of the highly anticipated build 1.11: The Clash Of Steel, which completely revamps avatar combat.
Version 1.1 of Fallout 3 for the PlayStation 3 is live in North America and the UK, adding in trophy support, fixing in-game notifications, and generally making post-apocalyptic DC a nicer place to live.
Mythic's Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning sees it's first major content update today with patch 1.1, delivering new tanks, player statues, and a host of new improvements that just plain make the game better.