Aion is one of those big-budget free-to-play MMOs that enjoys wild popularity in Korea while flying under the radar in the West. But this week, after lengthy downtime involving "missing client files," the game's North American version received the colossal 4.0 update, which included new classes, a level cap hike, and new territory. Massively's MJ Guthrie scouted out the new content to bring us her first impressions, and our Jukebox Heroes column explored the game's brand-new soundtrack.
Read on for a peek at the rest of this week's top MMO stories.
|ArenaNet releases Guild Wars 2 Sky Pirates of Tyria trailer|
|ArenaNet is aiming for new Guild Wars 2 content every two weeks|
|Massively's video preview of Guild Wars 2's Sky Pirates of Tyria Patch|
|The history of weapon and armor skins in Guild Wars 2|
|WildStar needs a business model|
|WildStar's third beta test is all right for fighting|
|Save RIFT's Silverwood and Freemarch cities starting June 27|
|Why we play RIFT|
And from our sister site, WoW Insider...
|Blizzard confirms WoW account hacks, issues warning on security|
|Siege of Orgrimmar Boss Preview: General Nazgrim|
|Patch 5.4 PTR: Crazy Cat Lady/Man title added|