Turbine extends Lord of the Rings Online license to 2017

By Russ Boswell ยท 4 replies
Jan 14, 2014
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  1. There are a few highly anticipated MMORPG's on the horizon, specifically with Wildstar and Elder Scrolls Online, but even if that's the case there are some classics that players just refuse to leave. Lord of the Rings Online may have...

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  2. TomSEA

    TomSEA TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,713   +855

    Turbine is still running their other MMO, "Asheron's Call" too. That one came out in 1999 and was my first MMO. Can't imagine a whole lot of people are left playing it though....
  3. theBest11778

    theBest11778 TS Addict Posts: 296   +125

    I played LOTRO when it first came out. It was pretty fun, but like all MMOs they just get old over time. I don't see this effect new players, but for their core players, this is good news.
  4. yRaz

    yRaz Nigerian Prince Posts: 2,298   +1,396

    I resubbed earlier this year for a couple months for nostalgias' sake. there are about 700 characters logged on Darktide at any given time. Most are people are just hitting to level up, but there is a place where everyone PKs called 150 island. It's a constant battle of around 30 people at any given time.
  5. Coodu

    Coodu TS Booster Posts: 173

    Lotro is one of those love-hate things for me, I leave it for months and then come back and play for a while, get bored and leave again.

    I need to quit MMO's in general I think :p Great news for the core crowd though.

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