Free-to-play retro brawler Dark Blood has only been out for a week (still in beta, though), but it's already getting a massive content update. The level cap has been raised and Act II has begun. New monsters, dungeons, and a gem system have all been implemented.
According to Philip Yun, Outspark CEO, the title already has 10 million registered users and they're "on a roll, blasting full steam ahead!" You can get stuck into quests and PVP here, if you want to check out the new content. There are also live Game Master events like Friday Fights and a PvP tournament starting on Friday, August 3.
|1:00 PM on 05.16.2013|
New EA MOBA Dawngate coming from Waystone Games
It appears as though EA is looking to delve further into the MOBA genre with the premature reveal of Dawngate. The main site went live yesterday, only giving a glimpse at the art style as well as some background on the develo...more
|6:30 PM on 05.14.2013|
The WWII dogfights of War Thunder are headed to PS4
Gaijin Entertainment is bringing its free-to-play massively-multiplayer online game War Thunder to PlayStation 4 this holiday season. There's nothing in the way of screenshots for the expanded release, though we do have a te...more
|12:15 PM on 05.14.2013|
Slowly but surely: Rift will become free-to-play in June
Having previously put out a lite version of RIFT, Trion Worlds is now committed to introducing a full-fledged free-to-play model for the MMORPG. They're doing it, and doing it well, it sounds like -- "experience the entire g...more