Medieval Dynasty Roadmap Brings Blacksmithing, Bandits, And More

03/24/2021 - 09:43 | By: Joseph Allen
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Medieval Dynasty roadmap has been unveiled. The open-world medieval RPG is getting plenty of new content in the next two quarters, including blacksmithing, relationships, and lots more.

What's coming in the Medieval Dynasty roadmap?

According to an official Steam announcement, the Medieval Dynasty roadmap will cover Q2 and Q3 2021 and will consist of five major parts. The first will bring blacksmithing and smelting to the game, allowing you to craft metal goods. Part two brings relationships, and part three adds shops and vendors to the game so you can buy things and sell the stuff you've made. Part four adds herbalism, and part five will bring "bandits & more". It's not clear yet what the "and more" refers to in part five, so we'll have to wait and see what Render Cube has up its sleeve. Here's the Medieval Dynasty roadmap in full.

The new Medieval Dynasty roadmap

In addition to upcoming content, Render Cube says it'll also be working to squash bugs and smooth out rough edges on a constant basis. You'll get more news on each part of the roadmap as they happen; the devs say they'll give more details on new content updates when they're closer to being launched. If you want to know exactly what these updates constitute, you'll have to wait for those announcements.

 
 

What is Medieval Dynasty?

Medieval Dynasty is an open-world medival RPG-come-life-simulator available right now via Steam Early Access. Taking place in the early Middle Ages, it casts you as a young man who must rise from obscurity and poverty to create his own dynasty and found his own community. There are plenty of activities to take part in, including hunting, farming, and exploration, but you'll also find more off-the-beaten-path stuff such as beekeeping and producing your own alcohol. The aim is to create a holistic medieval sim that isn't just about combat.

Characters trawling for fish in Medieval Dynasty
Life in Medieval Dynasty is about more than epic duels between knights.

We will, of course, bring you more on the Medieval Dynasty roadmap as soon as we get it, including release dates for all of the content outlined above. Render Cube and publisher Toplitz say they're intending to keep Medieval Dynasty in early access for at least six months, but this is dependent on player feedback. If you're playing the game and you've got some opinions, be sure to voice them to the devs. Definitely one to check out if you're a fan of games like Kingdom Come: Deliverance or Mount & Blade.

Are you playing Medieval Dynasty? What are you looking forward to from the roadmap? Let us know in the comments below!


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