Ever Jane Tyrehampton

“Hey Mike, I found the next game for our community stream.”

Remember Ever, Jane, the Jane Austen-inspired MMO? When we last reported on the game nearly three years ago, it was going to be a paid game with a semi-F2P option where you’d have to work your way up from the peasantry to continue playing. MMOs.com reports that the game is now in a free-to-play open beta with a cash shop where you can buy the most outstanding outfits for your early 19th century socialite.

According to an interview with the game’s creator from December, Ever, Jane will still include a tiered subscription model that will be implemented after open beta — the game is scheduled for a full launch in 2017 — so you might still need to shell out some cash to continue playing. That might be for the best, to prevent F2P trolls in what should be a very dignified experience. In the meantime, though, you can check out the game for yourself.

Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.


  1. As a long term viewer of these updates I’ve noticed the amount of salt growing in the comments. Basically, what I mean is that you guys are idiots. You’re literally shooting the messenger, who’s job it is to advertise new games. If you don’t like the game, don’t play it, is it that hard? Obviously if these games didn’t work they’d stop making them, and if it doesn’t work, who cares. Well you guys do obviously. And I think you’re idiots for doing so. That is all.

    Keep up the good work letting the community know of new games no matter the style. I’m still looking for a shitty 2d game similar to what graal2001 was back in the day.

    • Looking at the comments, I don’t see any comment that is “shooting” the messenger, so I don’t know what your point is. And what I did is give feedback on the game, because anyone is allowed to do that. Every game developer needs feedback to make their game better.

  2. Omg another Mmobomb from North Korea. Pls let the genre die. We have enough mmobombs on the market. (sry for my bad england)

    Jokes aside, I tried this game today and….no words. It doesn’t even look like a beta version of a game. It’s like, in a very very early state. It’s clunky and ugly, has many glitches etc.


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