Closing in on the weekend means it about time we start looking for things to fill that time that isn't just more work. The Exiled wants to fill that gap.
NCSOFT are still hard at work trying to retain their stance on MMOs. Being the folks behind the ever-popular Guild Wars franchise and having launched Blade and Soul last year, they're gearing up to support yet another new title alongside their current offerings.
Being the middle of March, it means we've reached the first year of Epic Games' entry into the MOBA race. Typically known for their hyper violent 'Bro Shooters' like Gears of War and Unreal Tournament, Paragon is the team's take on using the newest iteration of their mega-popular Unreal Engine to create a MOBA title that isn't all cartoony visuals and top-down gameplay.
Annoyed by gold farmers infesting your MMO of choice while you regularly ask other players for cash to boost them through content? You're no different from them, and Blizzard is about to step all over you.
Identifying the need for additional growth, BANDAI NAMCO aremoving ahead with plans to offer up a free version of Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade.
Reaffirming the One Year support Ubisoft seem to give to their big AAA releases these days, The Division received its last major update this morning.
Marking Marvel Heroes' 61st playable character since its launch back in 2013, Gazillian's Diablo-esque ARPG gains Black Bolt as its next.
Nobody ever does a decent job of predicting when a new League of Legends patch will spawn into official service - but at least you can anticipate what it'll bring.
Seemingly reaffirmed that people do indeed like what they put out, FunCom has reportedly decide to breath new life into their unique, ageing MMO The Secret World.
Being one of the only console MMORPGs on the market, it's odd that we don't hear more of Neverwinter with its ability to reach a broader audience than a single-release PC MMO.