MMO shooters are a dime a dozen these days, and whether you're into sci-fi
, modern warfare
, or post-apocalyptic
mayhem, massively multiplayer gun battles are pretty prevalent across the genre. Not to be outdone by the parade of young whippersnappers is World War II Online: Battleground Europe
, and the granddaddy of MMOFPS titles is still going strong after nearly a decade in service.
1.33 version update is nearing the end of its open beta phase, and the new patch is bringing a bevy of changes to the game including brand-new infantry models as well as memory leak fixes, performance tweaks, and an upgrade to the core audio engine, just to name a few.
Due to the extensive work required to revamp the infantry models, Cornered Rat
has delayed a few of its planned features to a future patch (these include emotes, lean, and high command uniforms) but is nonetheless enthusiastic about the new models and anxious to get them in players' hands as soon as possible. You can read more about the update on the game's official website
and be on the lookout for an exclusive Massively Q&A session with the developers later this week.