Might and Delight, the team behind the indie social MMORPG Book of Travels, has provided a recent community update detailing its ongoing efforts to improve and expand the game.
Book of Travels has a new update full of improvements, and the Might and Delight team has a digital gift to mark a year of Early Access.
Book of Travels has some major new character customization options, which developer Might and Delight shows in a new video. The team also reflects on a year in Early Access, refocusing the team, and what's coming.
Book of Travels patch brings some fixes, improvements, additional settings options, and some significant movement system changes.
There's an updated roadmap for Book of Travels, as Might and Delight outlines goals after making some additions and reassessing.
If you understand tech updates and git comments, the latest Book of Travels devblog is for you, as Might and Delight focuses on a tech blog with recent changes.
A new update for Book of Travels is out, and the Might and Delight team is holding to its promises to devote all development resources for a time to fixes and improvements.
Book of Travels gets a new update, with Might and Delight following its promise to dedicate all development to fixes and stability work. The new patch brings a series of fixes from combat bugs, UI issues, and event triggers.
Book of Travels will get significant bug fixes and server improvements, as Might and Delight dev team shifts in full temporarily to these improvements
Tiny MORPG Book of Travels is giving players more areas to explore in its latest update, as the dev team details its new dungeon as well as more of the Braided Shore being fleshed out.
In Book of Travels, death is "essential" to have risk and reward, so the Might and Delight team is considering a deep system involving mourning, closure, and ghosts.
Book of Travels continues development with a smaller team, but Might and Delight has confirmed two new features coming soon and reinforces commitment to the game.
Work will continue on Book of Travels, albeit at a slower pace after developer Might and Delight announced directly that the team has seen significant layoffs, going from a team of 35 to 10.
Book of Travels developer Might and Delight issued an update regarding recent server issues, and their plans to address capacity.