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Dragon Con 2013: Goodbye, MMO track (as we know it)

Shawn Schuster

Dragon Con 2013 has come to an end, and tens of thousands of people are already trying to figure out what type of crazy costume they'll have next year.

As the wildly popular sci-fi and fantasy fan event caters to more genres than you realized existed, the MMO track is the one most up our alley. But sadly enough, 2013 marks the final year of the MMO track as it will be renamed the online gaming track next year. This includes the always-fun MMO trivia event that will be converted to "online gaming trivia" for the first time next year.

If you'd like to see more from this year's Con, check out the list of galleries and an official video of the traditional costume parade just after the jump.

[Edit: Clarified that the MMO track is only changing its name and website, but not going away completely.]


Feel free to link to other galleries in the comments!

Dragon Con 2013 is more MMOsy than ever! Massively's in Atlanta, Georgia, from August 30th to September 2nd this year to report back on Guild Wars 2, EverQuest Next, Star Citizen and all the other MMOs at the con. Heck, we're even hosting a panel. So check back as we post up the highlights gamer-flavored geeks crave!

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