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Posts Tagged ‘Money’

Pearl Abyss Announces $1 Billion In Black Desert Online Revenue

Black Desert Online developer Pearl Abyss is breaking out the name brand Lunchables this week, and with good reason. The developer announced today that Black Desert has raked in one billion dollars in gross sales across all platforms. The title is available in over 150 countries and boasts 18 million users. Robin Jung, CEO of […]

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Guild Wars 2: Unlock Waypoints With Real Money

Waypoints serve as fast travel markers in Guild Wars 2, allowing players to teleport for a small fee to the main areas that they have already been to. In terms of game progression, this is also another set of things to collect. With today’s update, Arenanet has introduced the ability to buy waypoint unlocks. Waypoints […]

Funcom Receives $500,000 Loan

Funcom today announced that they have received a $500,000 short term loan from KGJ Investments to support the company as it develops its latest title, Conan Exiles. Conan Exiles is an open world survival game set in the lands of Hyboria. As previously communicated, Funcom N.V. (the “Company”) is planning a share issue with the […]

Marvel Heroes Giving Away $25,000

Gazillion Entertainment has announced a $25,000 giveaway for Marvel Heroes, and all you need to do to have a chance at winning is play the game starting today and running until all five tickets have been claimed. Players have a very rare chance at receiving one of five golden (purple) vibranium tickets. Whoever does find a […]

Virtual Stable Sells For $5600

Entropia Universe is well known here at MMO Fallout for its ridiculous sales of virtual estate for real money. Entropia Universe AB announced today that the MMORCE (Massively Multiplayer Online Real Cash Economy) game has successfully completed its first stable auction, and the results might just astound you. Over $58 thousand real dollars were spent […]

Lineage’s 1.8 Billion Dollar, uh, Lineage

Lineage is NCSoft’s most successful title to date, launching in 1998 and still going strong fifteen years later in Korea and not in North America or Europe where the game was decidedly less popular. Still, Lineage has quite a following in Korea, Japan, China, and several other territories. With the game’s fifteen year anniversary a […]

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