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Developer Render Cube and publisher Toplitz Production have come together to announce what the future holds for Medieval Dynasty. A detailed roadmap for Medieval Dynasty was revealed in a development blog on the publisher’s official website. It details features that are planned for the near future as well as content that is expected to arrive in early 2022.

Given its roots as a community-driven early access title, it’s important that the developer maintains both transparency and communication with its fans. Other early access titles have benefited greatly from this business model, including staple games like Raft, Rimworld, and Subnautica. For this reason, it’s great to see Render Cube adopt a similar strategy.

 

What lies ahead?

The first addition revealed on the roadmap for Medieval Dynasty is the option to play from a third-person perspective. Currently, it is exclusively a first-person game. The main motive for adding a third-person perspective is that the developer believes it could help players avoid motion sickness, which is commonly triggered by playing from a first-person perspective. This is the only major update expected to arrive before the end of the year.

The first quarter of 2022 will see three content-centric updates follow. In order of release, these include improved house decorations, windmills, and an expanded heir mechanic. Additional animals are also planned. They can either be hunted for food or recruited as adorable pets for your village.

Medieval Dynasty Development Roadmap

Later in 2022, another planned update aims to improve aspects of the game’s combat. More specifically, it will introduce new armors, crests, shields, and more. This will provide players with greater choice as to what equipment they use.

This initial roadmap is not everything planned for Medieval Dynasty. It is merely a guideline highlighting what players can expect moving forward over the next six months or so. If this roadmap sounds promising and you’d like to know more about Medieval Dynasty consider checking out our review.

Kurt Perry
Kurt is a passionate games critic who has a particular love for JRPGs, racing games, and platformers. Once a dedicated console gamer, Kurt moved across to PC three years ago and hasn't looked back since.

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