The game’s latest update is an ambitious one, with the developers laying out a roadmap for future updates. They also address some of the more common complaints from players and offer some new features to entice them back into playing.
Crowfall has released their release schedule for the upcoming year, as well as addressing some of the newbie zones and requests for auction halls.
If you were concerned about Crowfall’s future after the layoffs earlier this month, you may rest easy knowing that ArtCraft is still producing ACE Q&A videos. Gordon Walton, ArtCraft Executive Producer, and Thomas Blair, Design Director, are featured in the most recent episode.
After talking about the milestone update and performance improvements, the pair moves on to the Global Conquest campaign experiment, alliance scoring, hot zones, rollover XP, guild sizes, and more performance optimization. “We’re trying to concentrate on the things that matters most to you first based on the input that we’re getting,” Walton adds as he presents a series of roadmaps, promising a more “verbose” roadmap in the future, implying that the game isn’t in danger right now.
Blair did respond to a question regarding new player locations like God’s Reach, saying that there are no plans to spend too much time fine-tuning them since the aim of the game is to get players out of them and into the team-centric, PvP sections. He also addresses the age-old issue of guild and alliance size, admitting that the developers are still hesitant to implement a full-fledged auction hall system in favor of traders/vendors and Eternal Kingdoms.
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