Fans of ye olde life sims, your time has arrived. We finally have a Medieval Dynasty 1.0 release date. Render Cube's Middle Ages survival sandbox emerges from its peasant hovel later this year, and there's a roadmap on the way as well.
When is the Medieval Dynasty 1.0 release date?
You'll be able to get your hands on the full version of Medieval Dynasty when it lands on September 23rd. It'll be coming to Steam, the Epic Games Store, GOG, and the Microsoft Store, so you'll have your pick of storefronts. Medieval Dynasty originally launched into Early Access on September 17th last year, so by the time it launches in full, it'll have had over a year to gestate. There isn't much work left to do, though; Render Cube says it's currently putting the "final touches" on the game ahead of its release.
Arriving simultaneously with the full Medieval Dynasty release is the game's "last and largest update", according to its devs. You can expect balance changes, a host of new content, and extra polish. New content includes the addition of bandits who will raid your village, as well as the implementation of the herbalism system, increasing your options when it comes to healing and trading. Publisher Toplitz says it'll have more to share on its socials as Medieval Dynasty draws closer to release.
There's a Medieval Dynasty roadmap in the works too
Render Cube and Toplitz say they'll "very soon" have a Medieval Dynasty roadmap to share. This roadmap will outline all of the launch plans for the game, as well as everything that's coming in the months after it launches. Render Cube CEO Damian Szymanski says there "won't be any eventuality" that could stop the team working on updates after 1.0 launches, and that release day won't be the end of new content for Medieval Dynasty. Sounds like you've got plenty to look forward to if you're a fan of the game.
Medieval Dynasty launches for PC on September 23rd. If you're interested in the game, you can grab it in Early Access right now. Naturally, it'll be a little more rough around the edges than the full release, but what is medieval life if not learning to adjust to rough edges?
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