We just wanted to remind our readers that Carbine Studios' MMORPG WildStar has launched with its revamped, free-to-play economic model this month.
The sci-fi MMORPG Wildstar is being revamped and adopting a free-to-play business model starting this fall.
Major Australian retailers have started to take WildStar off of its shelves to send them back to NCSoft, as a free-to-play move for the MMORPG is expected.
NCsoft, publisher of Guild Wars and WildStar, changed its customer support operations to a third-party provider and has left some of its employees high and dry.
Carbine Studios, known for its work on the MMORPG Wildstar, has been issued over 60 layoffs as NCSoft restructures its operations in the west.
WildStar, the upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game from NCSoft and Carbine Studios, is set in space and features a bunch of crazy characters. But what will set it apart from other MMORPGs?
We've already met these two races from WildStar's Dominion faction, but Carbine Studios and NCsoft has let loose with more screenshots featuring these proud peoples in action.
NCsoft and Carbine Studios have released a planet-sized amount of new WildStar screenshots that show off some of the game's races in action.
NCsoft and Carbine Studios is hard at work on their new massively-multiplayer online role-playing game, WildStar, but they've released some sweet pieces of media to jumpstart our hype for the sci-fi adventures.