we are very proud to announce that we have been successfully running our organised PvP groups for almost two years now. Quite a few things have happened since our first run on 30th March 2016.
Patches have changed the game, enemy groups have changed playstyles so we have had to constantly adapt our own approach – a lot of work.
But mostly it has been a lot of fun!
To celebrate this dedication of guildies and officers we are holding a birthday rally that focuses heavily on PvP aspects of the game starting Monday. There are a lot of fun things to do to earn points but we also use the rally to work on our group play! Check it out here!
There are of course tasty prizes to win: The winner takes home 5000 Crowns!
Another year has passed, and Exterminatus is still going strong. While the next big MMO probably will not be launching next year, we have our eyes on several good projects. While waiting, we still have plenty of other stuff to do - like late night unplanned Cards Against Humanity sessions, which are guaranteed to get a bit out of hand. Here's a little update on what other awesomeness we have going on!
Overview Also known as TL:DR - but if you stop here, you will be flogged.
Right now, we have three excellent games that are being played by parts of the community, with a fourth still upcoming. Last newsletter, we had a forward look to the almost-released Destiny 2, which has since been launched and has Genophix cozily settled in as clan leader. ESO is still a major game, releasing new content like Stephen King releases books. Furthermore, we expanded our coordinated approach from PVP into PVE, with much success! MMOs are all well and good, but let's not forget our favourite team shooter Overwatch! A lot has been going on in there with regular content updates, guildies grouping up to play and even bigger news for the next year. Blizzard does know how to keep things interesting. Lastly, we'll have a look at Star Citizen, which still hasn't been released, but is stepping up and slowly becoming the game we all knew it could be.