Champions Online celebrates its first year anniversary as a free-to-play title with a new event.
Cryptic Studios' MMO Champions Online is celebrating its two year anniversary from September 1 to September 5.
Atari has announced it has officially closed the sale of Champions Online developer Cryptic Studios to MMO company Perfect World.
Valve has announced that Steam will now support Free-to-Play games, making five titles immediately available to celebrate the news.
Support for Champions Online and Star Trek Online to continue
New content can be bought a la carte.
I can be your hero baby, but only because it won't cost anything.
Depends on the success of Champions Online.
Cryptic hopes the move will help the game reach a new audience.
One week trial launched in celebration of the game's first anniversary.
New features for players at levels 11-40.