As 2018 draws to a close — and happy Christmas Eve, y’all — I felt like it was a good time to look over the MMO Timeline and evaluate the year as it pertained to MMO gaming.
I’ll say that, by and large, it was a fairly disappointing year. I was hoping to hear more new game announcements (at least we got Torchlight Frontiers and Atlas as nice surprises) and that more of these in-development indie MMOs would have launched already. But 2018 ended up being a year more defined by its downward marks than its upticks, which makes me yearn all that much more for a better 2019.
That said, there were bright spots and a lot of fun gaming to be had, so let’s give it a look as a whole!
When MapleStory 2 ends up as the most high-profile full MMO release you get, you…
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