So, Carbine have scheduled their first true (read: non-pilot) livestream focusing on a class reveal. Your erstwhile admin doesn't believe this will be an unreleased class but since they promise this will be the first time the latest build has been shown to the public at large, it's going to be something of an event!
It's scheduled for 12pm PST (3pm EST, 8pm GMT) on Saturday (Nov 9) and if it's about that time now, you can hit "Watch live", or click through before then to subscribe to the channel so Twitch will email you when they do go live!
Through seering technical difficulties throughout our arduous week - we managed to come together and bring you level 44! Your co hosts Gray, Pseudo and Zap Robo discuss the implications of Winter coming amongst plenty of other amazing things *cough potato boss*. Join Zap this weekend for the epicness that shall be the Wildstar community extra life team. Raise money for dem kids.
This just in cupcakes! Team WildStar have released a promo-reel or a straight up tease (depending on your point of view!) of what the next few months have in store for us.
I could reel off the plethora of features we'll be seeing from Team WildStar, but to do so would do the video no justice! So sit back, get yourself roughly 50seconds worth of popcorn and let the hype flow through you!
As if to magically follow it up, we now have a full WSW filling out some of the questions you might have after watching the video! As always head over to the WildStar Online site (link below) to read in full!
For those eagle-eyed fans among you, it's been no secret that Carbine Studios have been ramping up to do some livestreaming on twitch.tv - today this all came to a head with the pilot episode. David "Scooter" Bass and Stephan "Daddy" Frost went live for around an hour of playtime - covering parts of Crimson Isle (as a Stalker) and Whitevale (as a Spellslinger).
They're looking for feedback - so hit them up here or on twitter with your comments!
Sad times in the WildStar community today, as Troy "Aether" Hewitt publicly announces his resignation from Carbine Studios for personal reasons. We here at WSC have worked closely with Troy over the last few years and wish him nothing but good things for the future.