Profane, an upcoming sandbox MMORPG, took to Twitter today to showcase some of the progress made on character customization.
The teaser video, shared on Twitter by the team, shows character customization in the works, though it should be noted this isn't what players will see in-game. Profane's art team showcased the customization options to give players a taste of what they might be able to do when the customization test comes, which the dev team reminds potential players is the "first foreseen test" in their roadmap.
What up, community! ??We have been eager to show our progress with the character customization feature, and it's finally time to start sharing it with you. pic.twitter.com/zpeGXMQoRW— Profane MMORPG (@ProfaneMMO) May 28, 2021
The thread also goes on to talk briefly about the Discord community and the fact that the clothes being shown off to players in the teaser video was actually the Necromancer skin voted on by the community.
Profane is an upcoming MMORPG, with the team describing it as "open world," "player-driven" and more. The MMO team has taken to Twitter in recent weeks to show off development updates, with last week giving a glimpse at weather as well as time of day cycle in the MMO.
Hey, community! ??Today we wanted to show you how our day and night cycle + weather + lighting systems look like so far. pic.twitter.com/Yv7c9k84yy— Profane MMORPG (@ProfaneMMO) May 21, 2021