Mythic Entertainment

Formed in October 1995 by Rob Denton and Mark Jacobs, Mythic is most well known for Dark Age of Camelot. There were many more games developed by the company before the launch of Camelot in October 2001, however. The origins of the company go back even further than 1995. Mythic was created with the merger of two early online game developers, Adventures Unlimited Software Inc. (AUSI) and Interesting Systems Inc (ISI).

The company was acquired by Electronic Arts in June 2006, and renamed EA Mythic (and is technically now known as Bioware Mythic). It currently runs the Warhammer: Age of Reckoning MMO title.

Recent articles about Mythic Entertainment

Mythic shut down

EA shutters Warhammer Online and Dungeon Keeper remake developer to focus on mobile efforts at other studios

Mythic shutting Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes

Free-to-play title did not meet financial goals

EA issuing DCMA notifications over Ultima IV

Crackdown on fan remakes sparks speculation over secret Mythic project

Bioware to release live-action Dragon Age TV show

The Guild's Felicia Day to write and star in fantasy miniseries

Subscription model works, but free-to-play will dominate

Frogster boss believes that a successful SWTOR could open the door for non-fantasy MMOs

BioWare: Warhammer Online is making money

General manager Eugene Evans tells Eurogamer: "We're still running it. The game is profitable."

Mythic renamed as Bioware influence increases

Warhammer Online producer's letter to the community reveals MMO developer's new identity

Mythic pledges commitment to games in wake of EA lay offs

Letter to community states services will continue as usual

EA introduces free, endless trial for Warhammer Online

10 day time-limited demo replaced to attract new players to game

BioWare and Mythic: "In the future there could be co-development"

New EA RPG group boss discusses what the collaboration means for both studios

EA restructures RPG and MMO divisions, merges Mythic and BioWare

Mythic Entertainment co-founder Mark Jacobs resigns from company

Gigamedia to launch Warhammer Online closed beta in Taiwan

Packs to made available at retailers across the region for April 15 launch

New online platforms are "another golden age"

Mythic's Paul Barnett praises the freedom that iPhone, Flash and XBLA brings

Mythic closes 63 Warhammer servers

43 North American and 20 European low-population servers to close

Roper wards off WAR subscription critics

Champion's Online developer defends Mythic's MMO, saying that many games would "love" 300,000 subscribers

Mythic: Fall in WAR subscribers "expected"

Executive producer says the company is "super proud" of subscriber levels and is excited about Russia and Asia expansions

More job losses at EA's Mythic studio

Company wide initiative hits WAR team's QA, testing and customer service staff

Mythic "flattered" by Warcraft's imitation combat

Introduction of open world PVP in World of Warcraft is "reaction to Warhammer", says CEO Mark Jacobs

Mythic: Blizzard is in for a "lengthy battle"

"It's a marathon, not a sprint," says CEO Mark Jacobs, citing content updates set to arrive for Warhammer Online

750,000 register for Warhammer Online

Half of 1.5m pre-orders now active

Office details

  • 4035 Ridge Top Road, 8th Floor
  • Fairfax
  • Virginia
  • 22030
  • United States

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