RuneScape’s “Old School” version is turning four and Jagex, the developer of the free-to-play game, has plans to celebrate with in-game events. In fact, Party Pete will be throwing a big birthday bash and needs help making sure it goes off without a hitch.
Blizzard’s unveiled its plans for Hearthstone in 2017 — and there’s a lot to take in. Dubbed the Year of the Mammoth, this year will see three expansion sets released, more support for the Wild format, a new rogue hero, and Classic Set cards removed from the Standard card mix.
Good news, everyone! That head-shot you missed in Team Fortress 2 a little under a decade ago? Turns out it wasn’t your fault after all. As it turns out, it was due to hitbox misalignment that’s been around since the game first launched. And now it’s fixed!
The Chinese Neverwinter PC server is being closed after just under a year and a half of service. The announcement, issued by Perfect World China and translated by MMO Culture, revealed that players on that particular server will have until May 19, 2017 before they can no longer log in.
Smilegate, the developer of free-to-play tactical shooter Crossfire, has opened an office in Berlin. According to GamesIndustry, Smilegate Europe will take over the operations of the game in that region.
In a brief statement today, Obsidian Entertainment announced that it would no longer be developing Armored Warfare. The continued development and updating for the game will be shifted to My.com in Russia.