Final Fantasy XIV Is Coming Soon

Announcement – 5:39 pm
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All swagvault members,

Greetings! Here comes the striking news: the moment of Final Fantasy XIV is approaching. We swagvault teams are all ready with full confidence and enthusiasm, waiting for the moment with you.

We will provide fast and safe products for FF XIV, hope to see you when it comes.

Best regards
Swagvault Team

Buy NeverWinter Online Gold at SwagVault!

– 11:27 pm
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Neverwinter Online Gold is on sale at Swagvault.

Start an epic new adventure in the Forgotten Realms with Neverwinter, the free-to-play action MMORPG that combines fast-paced combat with over 25 years of Dungeons & Dragons lore.
After a series of cataclysms nearly destroyed it, the city of Neverwinter is under siege from all sides. To keep the city and its people safe, heroes must fight through sprawling dungeons and open-world brawls with the most vicious of Faerûn’s foes.
In Neverwinter, the adventure never ends. With the Foundry toolset, players may design and manage new quests and campaigns incorporated directly into the game world.

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Neverwinter’s companions are real bears (and cats)

– 11:21 pm
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Swagvault now provide Neverwinter gold!

Have you ever found yourself playing Neverwinter and thinking, “This is great, but it’d be way better with an enormous bear mauling things while I cast spells”? Or perhaps you’d prefer a panther, or a hawk, or an enormous spider? Whatever your preferred flavor, the game probably has a companion to match your tastes, and each of them is on display in the new companion trailer embedded just past the cut. Although the idea of a spider companion is kind of really creepy.

This trailer comes along with the addition of a new companion to the cash shop, the Cave Bear. Your ursine companion will obligingly maul your opponents while stealing health and comes with a max rank of 20. There’s also a new dye pack, which has very little to do with companions but might help you coordinate your outfit with your feral chums. So check out the full trailer past the break for an idea of what you can do with an animal buddy.

Find more on massively.

Guild Wars 2: Living story to get more serious, more permanent, and more personal

– 8:59 pm
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An interview on US Gamer with ArenaNet Game Director Colin Johanson serves as an interesting follow-up to his Guild Wars 2 planning post from earlier this month. In it he addresses the direction that the living story is taking as well as his intention to overhaul many of the game’s dungeons.

Johanson said that the team is responding to feedback by working to make GW2′s living story matter more to the player with more serious stories that will “blend” with the player’s own personal story. He reiterated that ArenaNet has great plans to use the living story to shape the game’s future: “There is now, and certainly will be a lot larger focus on ensuring that the content we’re building is creating experiences that people can permanently have when they come back two years later. Instead of saying, ‘I see something that happened two years ago but I can’t experience it,’, we want players to say, ‘I’m playing this and I’m playing it as a result of something that happened two years ago.’”

The game’s dungeons are also fair game for shaping. Johanson confirmed that the team will be revisiting most of its dungeons to make them “more exciting, more fun, more compelling, and also more rewarding.” He even mentioned the possibility of “blowing up” dull dungeons to replace with something better. Buy GW2 gold, choose Swagvault!

Snail announces Age of Wushu mobile and console titles, feature film

– 9:49 pm
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Snail Games has huge plans for its successful Age of Wushu IP. The firm has already announced an expansion for its wuxia-powered MMORPG, but now it’s aiming at a console port, a mobile port, and a feature film set in the same universe.

The company’s press release offers no details on any of the new projects aside from promising more details “at a later date.” As for the big-screen treatment, Snail founder and chairman Shi Hai says it’s only natural. “The Age of Wushu game looks and plays like a major martial arts motion picture, so bringing the property to movie screens is a logical evolution,” he explained. “Our goal has always been for the property to reach the widest audience so evolving to a feature film and expanding the experience to consoles and mobile devices continues our plan.” (massively)

SWTOR’s Scum and Villainy operation charges up nightmare mode

– 9:02 pm
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One thing we know about Star Wars: Villains like saying “So be it!” One thing we know about Star Wars: The Old Republic: Players chew up operations, spit them out, and keep asking for tougher ones. BioWare’s hoping that today’s Update 2.2.2 will give even the most ambitious team a tough go at it, as the studio has patched in the nightmare mode for Operation: Legions of Scum and Villainy.

Where there are new challenges, there are new rewards, of course. For players who can survive the carnage, there is the elite Kell Dragon armor set and the cool Titan 6 Containment Mode mount to snag.

If operations aren’t your bag, then there are always Ewok companions, Czerka dailies, and bounty hunting contracts on the horizon. (massively)

Ship destroyed in EVE Online worth approximately $8,000

– 8:22 pm
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It’s really hard to get your hands on a Revenant Supercarrier in EVE Online. Darn near impossible, in fact. The ship is worth around 300 billion ISK, coming out to about $8,000 in real currency. The ship is so potent that up until last night, there were thought to be no more than three in the entire game. As of last night, there were two. One of the Revenants was destroyed in a battle between Habitual Euthanasia and Black Legion.

Habitual Euthanasia apparently responded to a call for help, fielding the carrier against Black Legion, leading to its destruction. Speculation about whether this was a trap to destroy something valuable or simply a lucky break for the opposing side is being flung around with no conclusive answers. The video recording the destruction is embedded after the cut, although it’s zoomed out enough that you cannot enjoy a slow-motion replay of one of the rarest ships in EVE Online going up in flames like a cheap firecracker.

Watch the video for more on youtube. (massively)