As part of the “Welcome Back to Guild Wars 2” campaign over the coming weeks, players will be able to check out a variety of live streams and unlock in-game content. This week, for instance, players can unlock the Daybreak episode. All that is required is to log into the game, head to the Gem Store and unlock the episode for free. This promotion will last through April 1st.
As Cryptic Studios has been showing over the past couple of weeks, big changes are in store for Neverwinter players when the Undermountain content expansion launches later this spring. In a pair of new blog posts on the Neverwinter site, devs lay out the changes to both the Rogue and Barbarian (formerly Great Weapon Fighter) classes.
Ronda Rousey broke ground as the first female tilist in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Now she’s serving as something of a pioneer in the sports entertainment industry.
Recently my guild was talking about all the things in World of Warcraft which have been frustrating us in BfA and the comment “it should get better in 8.2” was made. It seems like many of us are looking forward to the next major patch to improve the game substantially. Plus with 8.1.5 out and Crucible of Storms on the horizon, it seemed like an excellent point to recap some of the things which will have the biggest impact in the 8.2 Rise of Azshara patch.
It’s been six years since Warframe launched and Digital Extremes is pulling out all the stops for the big event starting March 27th. Players can score a free Liset Dex skin and the Excalibur Dex Noggle for free. In addition, players “will also be able to earn all previous Dex items by completing special Anniversary Alerts”. These Dex items include Dex Furis, Dex Nouchali Syandana, Dex Dakra, Dex Sybaris and the Excalibur Dex Skin. The event runs through April 13th.
Have you ever been in the middle of an online gaming session, when all of a sudden, your connection dropped? Of course, this usually tends to happen at the worst time ever, such as right in the middle of an extremely intense one on one battle, and then out of nowhere, your ping spikes and it’s game over.
The Elder Scrolls series is turning 25! To celebrate, from March 28th to April 3rd, Elder Scrolls Online will be free to play for everyone including the Elsweyr Prologue. Purchase of the Elsweyr expansion is not necessary to play through the prologue event. The base game, including the Morrowind zone, will be available for the duration of the event as well. For those looking to purchase ESO, the Standard Edition will be on sale through April 9th and Summerset will be on sale through April 2nd.