New Map, New Human Class, New League Coming To Nosgoth
The Psyonix team has a busy few months planned for Nosgoth, and some of those plans were revealed today in a State of Play post on the official forums.
The new map, Silenced Cathedral, is just about ready to go live, and we got a preview of it last month. The current league season wraps up on the 18th, with prizes galore, and in February, players will get the chance to stress test Destruction League, a new 5v5 game mode.
And, further down the line, there's a new human class on the way, with a silhouette that makes it look like it carries some kind of long-barreled firearm -- a shotgun, perhaps? Of course, that almost certainly means that vampires will get a new addition somewhere down the line, too...
About the Author
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.
You May Enjoy
V Rising Devs Discuss Building A Castle And Stalking The Night
It's a bloody good time.By Jason Winter - 5 days ago
Always Online Podcast: Epic Appeal, Splitgate's $100M, V Rising, And Bitcraft & Into the Echo Ep 403
On this week's show, Blizzard seems focused on the wrong things right now, there's news from Epic, Splitgate, and Funcom that makes you say, "Wow", and finally we cover some MMOS out of nowhere!...By Michael Byrne - 1 week ago
Elyon Going F2P Is Good, But There Are Still Concerns For The MMORPG - MMO THOUGHTS
Am I right to still have a few worries over the success of the title?By Michael Byrne - 4 days ago
Amazon To Publish Co-op Title From New Developer Glowmade
Studio was founded by three former Lionhead employees.By Jason Winter - 4 days ago
FFXIV Live Letter Kicks Off With The Best Job Action Trailer To Date
Reaper, Sage, And A Summoner That Actually LOOKED Like A Summoner!By Michael Byrne - 1 week ago
Court Rules That Former Destiny Composer Illegally Distributed And Sold Music
Penalties would be in excess of $100,000.By Jason Winter - 1 week ago