Bit by bit Camelot Unchained is working towards new stages of testing, and in the latest newsletter, Kara outlines changes to the Heavy Fighter class, and announces the first testing phase of the Coastal Lowlands.
The latest community newsletter for Camelot Unchained talks hiring, fixes, and other development updates.
As we ease into July, the latest newsletter from the team at City State Games is right on time to provide the most recent state of development in their upcoming MMORPG Camelot Unchained. As with previous Camelot Unchained newsletters, a series of lengthy explanations and detailed concept art were in full display.
Camelot Unchained saw a little bit of a slow down in communication in the past couple of months, and in the latest Twitch Livestream, Lead Designer Mark Jacobs explains what prompted the delay, and when the team will return to form.
Camelot Unchained released their Top Tenish newsletter last week, this time talking about some of the upcoming races, their lighting and more.
In the latest newsletter from City State Entertainment, concept artist Kara Stover walks through what the Camelot Unchained team has been up to recently. The long and detailed newsletter dives into some of the changes headed to the game related to Combat and Travel stances, and some details were provided on the progress made to the Golden Plains biome, which is in preparation for testing now.
Camelot Unchained recently provided some updates on the MMO's development, detailing the alchemy system a bit further, as well as some of the MMO's current work-in-progress systems, such as movement, NPC archery and more.
In the latest newsletter from City State Games, the team is happy to report that they are back on track with their Camelot Unchained 90-Day plan. The plan was also delved into during the last livestream by Mark Jacobs.
Remember Final Stand: Ragnarok? Mark Jacbos of Camelot Unchained published a newsletter announcing that Final Stand: Ragnarok is now in First Access. Here's some information.
In a very lengthy news post on the Camelot Unchained site, that was also accompanied by an equally length newsletter, information related to art, giants, and patch notes were provided. Links were also provided to a recent livestream.
The most recent community update from Camelot Unchained points to some progress as the game looks like it's starting to take shape.