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  • Massively Multiplayer Online games have been around for a long time, especially on PCs.

  • But console gaming has continued evolving. Welcome to the Skilled Channel. And today

  • we're talking about MMO games. Open world interaction has become an industry standard,

  • taking the ability to interact with others at any time from the MMO section of games.

  • And with titles such as Destiny pushing even more MMO aspects to the front, more gamers

  • than ever have has a taste of the MMO experience. It's more than just RPGs now. Here's the upcoming

  • MMO games in 2015 and 2016 worth keeping an eye on.

  • Black DesertPC, PS4 / Final Release TBA Hailing from South Korea, Pearl Abyss' Black

  • Desert has made its way worldwide with a 2014 release in Korea and 2015 dates in Japan and

  • Russia. The game is built on the Black Desert game engine, specifically for large-scale

  • castle sieges and with a big world. Two nations, the Republic of Calpheon and the Kingdom of

  • Valencia, are in conflict in a fantasy world and you get to decide who you side with. You'll

  • be able to trade, craft, and siege your way to victory in this free to play MMO. Weather

  • and time of day will dramatically impact how the game plays at any time, and you'll be

  • able to parkour your way through and over different obstacles. You'll also be able to

  • take part in mounted combat. There will also be no loading screens while playing. Black

  • Desert is slated for 2016 release dates in both Europe and North America on PC, but the

  • developer is also engaging in ongoing discussions with Sony to potentially bring the game to

  • Playstation 4.

  • BattleCryPC / TBA 2015 World war has had it's toll on the world,

  • and those who remained came together to ban gun powder. The result? Ranged weapon and

  • melee weapon innovation at it's finest, leading to more tension between factions that leads

  • to war yet again. BattleCry is a free game that plays as a third-person shooter, but

  • the camera leans in close to give you a feeling of being right there in the action. The game's

  • developers have said they want action to be fast paced like a first person shooter. Environmental

  • aspects, such as the sun and the sky, also change depending on how your team is doing.

  • For example, if you're getting destroyed, the sun may start crying blood. In this warzone

  • game that focuses on 32-player arena battles that fight like a shooter but without the

  • guns, BattleCry Studios may have brought something new to the MMO table. BattleCry will be available

  • on PCs in late 2015.

  • Star CitizenPC / TBA 2016 When a game sets a Guinness World Record for

  • the most money ever raised through crowdsourcing, gamers tend to pay attention. After setting

  • a Kickstarter record for money raised in 2012 with over four million dollars, the developers

  • of Star Citizen set the world record two years later with nearly 40 million dollars raised.

  • In Star Citizen, you'll have the chance to play as a smuggler, bounty hunter, merchant,

  • and more in this most anticipated space simulation game of all time. Four different studios are

  • working on three separate game modes: Space dogfighting, a first-person shooter, and the

  • MMO universe. That means upon release, you'll be able to toggle between single player and

  • immersing yourself with everyone else. The Arena Commander alpha version was released

  • in 2014, allowing players the chance to engage in wave after wave of dogfighting against

  • enemy AI. The full release date was originally set for late 2015, but it looks like that

  • will be pushed back into possibly 2016 or even 2017 so the developers can get everything

  • polished. But with fundraising stretch goals such as Oculus Rift integration getting met,

  • there is plenty to keep an eye on as this MMO creeps closer to PCs everywhere.

  • The DivisionPC, PS4, XB1 � March 2015 The Division is an all new Tom Clancy game

  • published by Ubisoft and takes a whole different approach to shooters. Players will assume

  • control over the "Strategic Homeland Division", which is also known as simply "The Division".

  • You will lead your team through a crisis hit New York in an attempt to shut down a virus

  • that is wreaking havoc throughout the city. Of course, enemy foes will be trying to stop

  • you at every turn. With a third person view, The Division will be as much a mini-RPG as

  • it will be all out action game, as gamers will be able to level up their team in a number

  • of ways. Characters can be customized and will carry a backpack that can be opened to

  • level up weapons, add skill points, and activate new gear.

  • The landscape will be semi-open and will feature time based night and day cycles, which will

  • actually play a role in how you complete tasks and missions. For example, during the day

  • you may be forced into more destructive ranged fire fights, while at night your stealth skills

  • and melee attacks can be employed more. The Division is scheduled for release in March

  • 2016 on PC, PS4, and XB1.

  • Camelot UnchainedPC / June 2016 Set in a fantasy world but without any player-versus-environment

  • gameplay, Camelot Unchained promises to bring realm against realm battle to the frontlines

  • of MMO. Your character will have to team up with other players in your realm to forage

  • for supplies and take resources from other realms to build camps, cities, and more. In

  • other words, your world is going to be what you're able to make it at the expense of rivals.

  • The game will require a subscription fee to play. Camelot Unchained is currently set to

  • go live for Windows in June 2016.

  • Pathfinder OnlinePC / Early 2016 In 2009, a tabletop game was created based

  • on modified rules of the third Dungeons and Dragons rule set. That game was Pathfinder.

  • Now, the tabletop game's universe comes alive with this sandbox-style MMORPG. You're put

  • into an open fantasy world and will have to fight your environment and other players to

  • earn the resources you need and build the game how you want it. But the game will emphasize

  • avoiding PvP battle unnecessarily, with reputation and the potential to be flagged for attack

  • if you just randomly try to pick fights. Leveling up will require time, as well. Instead of

  • spamming an action over and over, the more time you spend in the game, the more experience

  • points you earn to spend on your skill tree. Early Enrollment lets you play the game now,

  • but a more full version of the game is currently slated for early 2016.

  • Destiny: The Taken KingSept 15, 2015 / PS4, PS3, XB1, Xbox 360

  • Destiny was one of the most divisive games of last year, but it was still a big announcement

  • at E3 when Sony announced the new The Taken King expansion. The content will be released

  • within the "Legendary Edition" and "Collector's Edition" of Destiny that will arrive later

  • this year.

  • This is the third expansion since the original game landed and it will focus on Oryx, who

  • is the father of Crota, as he controls The Taken to avenge the demise of his son. While

  • combat will remain the same as previous titles, The Taken King does bring plenty of new things

  • to the Destiny franchise.

  • New subclasses have been added, the Hunter class Nightstalker, the Titan class Sunbreaker,

  • and the Warlock class Stormcaller. Each of these subclasses will boast inventive new

  • weapons such as the Nightstalker Shadowshot that tethers enemies together with one bow.

  • New multiplayer elements have also been included. Rift is a new capture the flag style game

  • that is in Crucible mode and will be joined by Mayhem Clash, a new features that decreases

  • the cooldown for supers. And the biggest feature fans have been waiting for, an all new Raid.

  • The game launches Sept 15 on PS4, PS3, XB1, and Xbox 360.

  • CrowfallPC / Dec 2016 If you've ever wanted to be an immortal god

  • in a fully-destructible setting, then Crowfall may be for you. You'll battle as one as you

  • travel between different worlds that fade over time. Each Campaign World may last one

  • month or three, but has four seasons and becomes more deadly as time goes on. Your objective

  • is to meet the win conditions set for different realms and earn the winnings for yourself

  • and your guild. Meanwhile, Eternal Kingdoms last for the entire season and are governed

  • by the players. There are no resources to earn, but players can build structures and

  • other items for use on the Campaign Worlds. Different campaigns will also have different

  • rules, allowing for guild-based battle or individual deathmatch. With Gordon Watson,

  • Executive Producer of previous MMOs such as Ultima Online and The Sims Online at the helm,

  • look for this pay-to-play offering to be available for PC in December of 2016.

  • City Of TitansPC / TBA 2016 Titan City is sprawling with heroes working

  • for good or evil, and it's up to you to decide on which side you'll fall. NCSoft, creator

  • of the spiritual predecessor City of Heroes that ran from 2004 to 2012, began developing

  • the game as a sequel but stopped in 2013. Fans of an all-volunteer crew created Missing

  • Worlds Media, and continued working on the story and how they wanted this game to look

  • five years after release, then moved backwards towards the present day development. Players

  • will patrol the city's streets as superheroes with different powers and costumes, and interact

  • with the city to attain different objectives. If a lady has her cat stuck in a tree, you

  • can save it. Or, you could be working to overthrow a government's authority as you try to grow

  • your power. The current beta release date is for mid-to-late 2016 for Windows and Mac.

  • Life Is FeudalPC / TBA 2016 This survival RPG focuses initially on building

  • up your fully-customizable housing and resources in this era of knights and kings. The entire

  • open world will be able to be terraformed in a method similar to that of Minecraft.

  • Looting is also present. The major calling card here is the non-target based combat system,

  • especially in melee combat. The damage you do will depend on the attack's direction,

  • type of attack, weapon speed, and weapon mass, causing real-time calculations that determine

  • damage. Combos, blocks, and other aspects of combat will also impact each conflict.

  • You'll have to buy the game to get started, but after it will be free to play and the

  • game will enable you to host a local server. Life is Feudal is available for early access

  • on Steam now, and the MMO beta is targeted for mid-2016 for PC.

  • World Of SpeedPC / TBA If it's cars you want, then World of Speed

  • is where you go. This free-to-play racing MMO from Slightly Mad Studio features street-based

  • racing events that allow you to team up with others. It's not always just about your time,

  • because your teammates' times and your ability to complete specific challenges during the

  • race will have the same impact on whether your team wins or loses. You'll be able to

  • join various Motor Clubs comprised of other players, and can stake your claim to a particular

  • circuit by earning a clubhouse. Other events include Destruction Derbies and Territory

  • Wars on four different track styles spanning Drift, Sprint, Circuit, and Drag racing. Customization

  • of cars and famous locations such as London add to the arcade feel of the game, but it

  • is geared for a multiplayer-only experience. World of Speed's beta was released at the

  • end of 2014, and will be out for PC in late 2015 with the potential to be moved to console

  • gaming in the future.

  • The RepopulationPC / TBA Set in a futuristic universe, players will

  • have to learn their DNA advantages quickly to survive in Plymouth City. The city is a

  • new human settlement on a distant planet, but cloning and arguments over the science

  • of people have split the city into three factions. Of course, if you think you have enough of

  • a following, you can always create your own Rogue Nation. Players will have multi-level

  • mission to complete that change depending on how they've built their character. And

  • they will be able to own cities and set how each city views another faction. You'll be

  • able to specify which kind of missions you prefer receiving, as well. You can harvest,

  • work through diplomacy, or simply fight your way to more power. There are two ways to fight:

  • The traditional RPG mode presents your typical battle experience, but more skilled players

  • may drift towards Action Mode and it's first-person shooter feel. Pets, vehicles, and one-time

  • emergencies that pop up at random times promise to keep the game fresh. The Repopulation's

  • official site says there is no set release date, but mid-to-late 2015 is when the developers

  • expect to ship it out.

  • EQ NextPC, PS4 / TBA Our last title is a continuation of the popular

  • EverQuest series. Daybreak, formerly known as Sony Entertainment Online, says EverQuest

  • Next is the biggest addition to the franchise in what they're claiming is the biggest sandbox

  • MMORPG ever. Over 10,000 years of history will be available for exploration or destruction

  • in the fully-destructible environment, and your decisions will bring permanent change

  • upon the world. Traditional classes can be mixed, so if you want something like a teleporting

  • barbarian than it might be possible. Choices on real-time events will impact the world

  • around you, such as saving a burning village. Built on the ForgeLight Engine, the same basis

  • for Planetside 2, motion blur and HDR lighting are just some of the graphical improvements

  • you can hope for. There's also a connection with LandMark, a sandbox that allows you to

  • build nearly anything you want and battle with it. Daybreak has hinted that some player-made

  • objects in the game may make their way into EverQuest Next, since it's built on the same

  • LandMark sandbox. It will be free to play on PCs and is currently in closed beta, and

  • has received additional developer support in recent months. Gamers are hoping for a

  • 2016 release date.

  • Wrap Up Whether it's exploration, combat, deception,

  • diplomacy, or whatever else you want to try, the coming months look to provide a chance

  • for you to play it with thousands of other gamers. MMOs have a reputation for deep backgrounds

  • and rich environments that open your imagination, and it appears developers have become more

  • willing to try and stand out in what is a saturated market for PC gamers. We'll be watching

  • to see if any make their way to mainstream consoles, along with new crossover developments

  • like first-person combat and real-time simulation. One thing is for sure: Our imaginations will

  • be better off engaging with each new universe. What are your favorite upcoming MMOs? Let

  • us know in the comments and subscribe to the skilled channel for more cool upcoming games

  • previews.

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