Posts Tagged ‘Warhammer Online: Wrath Of Heroes’

The Darkest Age Of Camelot: EA Shuts Down Mythic

By Nathan Grayson on May 30th, 2014.

I don't really feel like I need to explain the metaphor here.

Awww, this is rather sad. Once upon a time, Mythic created classic MMO Dark Age of Camelot, one of the few real alternatives to EverQuest back in its heyday, and classic MUD Dragon’s Gate before that. Later it also warred out the warrisomely war-packed Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, which recently went bye-bye itself. Since then, Mythic’s been in a strange spot, unable to find a new niche with middling arena brawler Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes and eventually, the utterly wretched mobile version of Dungeon Keeper. Now, however, it’s in no spot, as it no longer exists. EA has shut down the studio once and for all.

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Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes: Open Of Beta

By Alec Meer on April 10th, 2012.

I can see wrath, but not sure about the hero bit

I’m amazed Warhammer Online hasn’t gone free to play yet. Amazed! I say as much to everyone I meet. “I’m amazed Warhammer Online hasn’t gone free to play yet” I said to my dad on the phone only yesterday. “Son, is that you?” he replied. “Is something wrong? What do you need a free hammer for?” Then I hung up.

Mythic’s underwhelming MMO may be resisting microtransactions, but as an alternative it’s releasing side-project Wrath of Heroes, a free-to-play PvP game featuring quickie battles and pre-made heroes, with more emphasis on the bashing than the levelling. That’s now in open beta, which means you can right now and for free.
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Warhammer Online: Wrath Of Heroes Trailer

By John Walker on August 16th, 2011.

More cartoonish?

Freshly announced at Gamescom from EA comes Warhammer Online: Wrath Of Heroes. It’s an attempt by Mythic to take their MMO tech and reinvent it as a three-way, 6 v 6 v 6 battle game. It will also be free-to-play. The graphics are changed, with a more cel-shaded theme, which you can see in the trailer below.

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