Wild Terra 2: New Lands will release on November 10th, leaving early access with no server wipe. There's also a free weekend coming up this weekend and an updated roadmap laying out plans for 2022 into 2023.
This week, we found several summer events, one of my most anticipated titles gets some beta news, and fishing is still the most important feature for any MMO.
Happy Halloween everyone! This week's Spotlight isn't as big as the last few, but it's still quite the indie treat. Speaking of treats, it's time to go raid my kid's candy stash, so let's get started with the Indie MMO Spotlight.
The summer months of gaming can be a quiet time; apparently, indie developers didn't get the memo. Between MMOs that just launched and others with impending alphas and betas, there's been plenty to cover in the Indie MMO Spotlight. With temperatures soaring as we enter the dog days of summer, there's no better time than the present to check out some of the indie gems we have in this week's Spotlight.
Wild Terra 2 developer Juvty Worlds has signaled a new testing phase, marked by a release trailer for the update to version 2.0.242. The team has also earmarked the next character wipe, which will be 48 hours prior to launch this December.
The Wild Terra 2 team posted a recent update on Steam discussing agriculture, Central City, and a new dungeon.
Good news if you've wanted to try out Wild Terra 2 prior till now and have not been able. Starting June 9, you'll be able to check it out for free for a limited time.
Wild Terra 2: New Lands is an isometric, sandbox MMORPG in the vein of ARK or Rust meets Albion Online. Developed and published by Juvty Worlds, this is the fourth game to come out of the small 4-person indie team based in Russia. Currently, there is an Alpha testing period going on until March 1st and the developers were kind enough to provide us access during this time. So how is Wild Terra 2 shaping up? Join us and see what we think!
Wild Terra 2: New Lands is getting its first stage of Closed Alpha on February 20 for backers who backed at Conqueror, Hero, and Creator packs.