News on the Future of Torparse

News on the Future of Torparse

We’ve been trying to keep you updated on the news about Torparse which once was shutting down but then we found out would be able to stay up, but with new ownership. So now James has posted a new update on their blog about what we can expect for the future of the site and the project as a whole this is a great news for fans.

You can read the full post for yourself here but this is a snippet:

Hey everyone, I’m happy to let you know that a new home for the TORParse project has been found! So, please continue to use the website and client as you’ve always done and, in time, I’m sure you will see the client and website grow in new ways as the new developers bring a fresh view to the project.

Thank you to everyone that contacted me. Honestly, at first, I attempted to contact everyone back, but the response was quite overwhelming, so I became a bit selective in my responses. My apologies to you if you didn’t receive a response from me, but I meant nothing personal by it and I definitely appreciated all the interest.

So, moving forward, over the next couple weeks, I will be working with the new developers to transition the website and server for the ingame client over to their server. We will attempt to minimize downtime as much as possible, but please be forewarned that there may be some minor downtime as a result of switching the DNS to the new server.

He goes on to explain how they will be cleaning the database and optimizing it for the site that stores the combat logs and taking some other steps to ensure everything goes more smoothly and that we get the best from TORParse, even with new ownership.

But if you’re wondering who the new developers are (like we were), you’re just going to have to wait a little longer. James assures us it is going to competent hands and that they will let us know, probably sometime after the transfer is complete. So we will stay tuned and we’ll keep you updated as well.

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.