Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes

From closed to open beta in Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes

Lucas Sullivan at

In the sea of free-to-play games, you need fresh gameplay to stand out. Five-versus-five PvP? Been there, done that. With Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes, the latest venture under EA's Play4Free banner, BioWare Mythic is taking a stab at an entirely new approach—6v6v6. Three teams, one map, and six heroes per side makes for a whole lot of chaos, and we've our hands dirty with blood and goblin guts inside it over the past several months. Read our impressions inside, and if WoH sounds like a raucous good time to you, joining the ongoing open beta is just a few clicks away.

Video—the PC Gaming Press Conference @ PAX 2011

PC Gamer at

A heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended our PC Gaming Press Conference last Friday at PAX. It feels damn nice to pack a room with PC gamers, and talk directly about some of the innovations, ideas, and good things happening on our platform. If you weren't in Seattle last weekend, we're delighted to bring you video of the full presentation. Inside this post, we've also broken out the video into timestamps for your convenience.

We're really looking forward to doing this again next year in a bigger way. Obviously we don't think of ourselves as the keepers of PC gaming as a platform, but if someone isn't going to get on stage, gather some exciting upcoming games and say nice things about the PC, by jove, we'll do it. To that end, if you have any suggestions for format, content, or who you'd like to see at such an event, let us know in the comments.

Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes - a free to play Warhammer game

Tom Hatfield at

Just out of the EA conference at Gamescom is the announcement of Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes. Taking Mythic's Warhammer Online and turning it into a fast paced three player co-op battle game, as the enthusiastic trailer above shows. Apparently it features both unending battle and unending fun, which are two of our favourite things not to end.