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Free To Play Unlimited with Taryn is the exclusive FreeMMOStation.com webshow about free MMORPG and other Free MMO games. The team will bring you exciting news, quizzes, the most anticipated F2P games and more. In this episode TERA’s February update is teased, Capcom announces Dragon’s Dogma Online, Runewaker reveals the Diablo-like Embergarde and Petroglyph pushes its upcoming RTS Victory Command. The featured first looks include Naruto Online and One Piece Online. The most wanted game of the episode is Creativerse, the rare kind of Minecraft clone that appears to take the formula one step further. If you know the answer to this episode’s quiz, then leave it in the comments below or in YouTube, along with your suggestions.
TERA’s new update brings skycastles and more
TERA players will soon be making castles in the skies with the next major content update planned for February 24. This will be the first major update since the first expansion Fate of Arun. You’ll get to claim a castle in the clouds via the new Skycastle system, and the update will also focus on guild rewards and group content, including a new 5-on-5 PvP Battleground, Champions’ Skyring mark V, and a new airship dungeon, Sky Cruiser Endeavor. Dreadspire, a new dungeon instance, is expected to launch in March 2015, and the studio already teased us with a new class for sometime this year: a gun-toting class, which we predict is the Arcane Engineer that was recently released in the Korean version.
Dragon’s Dogma Online revealed, no Western launch planned
Capcom recently announced Dragon’s Dogma Online, an MMORPG based on the underrated game. But once again, it looks like the west won’t be getting any of it. Dragon’s Dogma Online is going to be a free-to-play MMORPG but Capcom already said that they don’t have plans to release it in the west. This game is in development for PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 and is scheduled for 2015, featuring an open world that will be expanded through regular updates. The first trailer shows just how promising it all looks, including the Monster Hunter kind of bosses that we’ll get to fight. Well, they’ll get to fight – you know, Japanese players, not us in the west.
Runewaker reveals hack and slash RPG Embergarde
Runewaker, the Runes of Magic and Dragon’s Prophet developer, has just revealed its third game, a Diablo-like MMORPG. Embergarde is the name of the game and it’s an isometric hack and slash action RPG that will be facing heavy competition from the likes of Lost Ark and Lineage Eternal: Twilight Resistance. Embergarde includes randomized dungeons, something that is described as the highlight of the game, and currently there are four playable classes. Development is said to be at 80% at this point and there are talks about finding an English publisher, so there’s still hope for western players.
Victory Command is Petroglyph’s new online RTS
Petroglyph, a studio comprised of members that worked in the Command & Conquer series, is working on Victory Command, a new RTS. This game is in fact a reworking of the Victory game that was pitched in Kickstarter but ultimately failed to reach its ambitious goal of $700,000. The studio didn’t give up and is now developing the game in partnership with Neoact, a South Korean developer responsible for the MOBA Chaos Online. Victory Command offers 5v5 battles and over 30 unit types. The first closed beta is took place last Friday, so sign up if you want to join the next one.
‘Find the Game’ Quiz
It’s not common to see racing MMOs, even more if we’re talking about the futuristic racing kind. Let’s just say that this game could be a nice little gap killer for those who are expecting a new WipEout. The first one to write the answer in the comments will see his name featured in the next Free to Play Unlimited episode.
Most Wanted: Creativerse
Minecraft will never die, it seems. And neither will the bland Minecraft clones. But sometimes a true gem comes out of nowhere, such as Creativerse, and this deserves our complete attention and respect.
In Creativerse you’ll be able to explore a rich world, scour the land for resources and secret recipes, as well as fighting monsters and crafting your dream house, or even better, dream town. You can also share your creations with other players or explore your friends’ creations. Okay, nothing new so far, but it’s in the execution that Creativerse shines, even in the current alpha state. It already features an impressive amount of content, and the more you play, the more you discover new stuff that will keep you hooked in the game and further distance it from a simple Minecraft clone. It also helps that it looks great and the extensive crafting system has a real progression feel to it. Combat is fun and overall it feels like a game with endless possibilities, which is the biggest compliment we can give to a sandbox game.
Creativerse is in Steam early access, but it will be free-to-play at launch.