The Spellslinger livestream that went down this past weekend has been uploaded to YouTube for your viewing pleasure. If you missed the stream, or just wanted to watch it again, you’re now welcome to view it at your leisure. Let us know what you think of the video, did it make you want to pull out your pistols and slinging some spells? Let us know in the comments below!
If you were not able to check out the Warrior livestream you’re in luck, thanks to the magic of the internet the whole stream can now be viewed over and over to your hearts content! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below!
If you didn’t get a chance to check out the very first WildStar livestream, which is likely since it wasn’t announced, you can now check it out via the WildStar YouTube channel. No major reveals in this pilot episode, but it’s still worth a look.
The Warrior is a class that was already introduced, but it’s received a new coat of paint since then and it’s time to take a second look. The warrior is exactly what you expect if you’ve played any MMO before; they have big weapons, big armor, they can tank, and they can dish out the damage. The interesting twist with WildStar’s warrior is their arm canon, which looks like it will give the warrior a few options when it comes to dealing with enemies at a range.
Head over to the official Warrior class page to get the full details straight from the developers themselves, and let us know what you think of the Warrior’s reintroduction in the comments below.
WildStar has been one of the most exciting games to follow in it’s development. The level of fan interaction, reveals, and general flair they have brought to the process has been putting other games currently in development to shame (I’m looking at you ESO). This made it strange, however, when carbine seemed to grow somewhat quiet over the past couple of months. There was still the great fan interaction, but very little new news was coming out about the game. It turns out they had a very good reason, and are planning to make up for lost time in a big way.
The team at Carbine had been hard at work over the past few months getting the game ready for its next stage of development. Now that they have reached that stage they are ready to show off all the new things they have been working on. Not only that, but the team is planning on streaming some gameplay on Twittch, which is something everyone can get excited about. And, to top it all off, they announced that the next round of beta testing will be starting in December.
You can read about all the upcoming fun after the break. If you’re as excited as we are be sure to let us know in the comments below. Continue reading →