Developer Render Cube has revealed the Medieval Dynasty roadmap which will dictate development on the survival sim for the foreseeable future. Upcoming features include third-person perspective play, new decorations, a console release, and more.
What does the Medieval Dynasty roadmap reveal?
Per a Medieval Dynasty Steam update, the roadmap will bring with it several new features; after launching out of Early Access last week, Render Cube is looking to the future. First and foremost, Render Cube and publisher Toplitz are focusing on bringing a Medieval Dynasty third person mode to the game. Render Cube says it understands some players have motion sickness issues and that first-person settings aren't always a good way for these players to play. The devs are targeting Q4 2021 for this feature, so expect it to arrive sometime at the end of this year or the start of 2022. The other upcoming features for Medieval Dynasty are all planned for next year. Here's the full roadmap for your perusal.
After third-person play, Render Cube is looking to work on more decorations for your house and the village beyond it. Beyond that, you'll be able to build and maintain a windmill in Medieval Dynasty at some point in the future; the devs say they have "some ideas" of how to implement this feature. You'll also be able to appoint an heir, who will bring with them special new quests and interactions. There's some exciting news for console gamers, too; a Medieval Dynasty console release has been confirmed, although we don't know which platforms it's coming to just yet. Finally, the game is getting new armor types, new crests, new shields, and lots more. Exciting, no?
What is Medieval Dynasty?
If you haven't heard of Medieval Dynasty, here's a quick primer. It's a survival and crafting sim set in the Middle Ages that allows you to build your very own - you guessed it - "medieval dynasty". You'll have a whole village to take care of, and you'll need to find sources of food and water, protect your village from wild animals, and venture out into the world to explore and discover its mysteries. You'll also get the chance to construct a variety of buildings including houses, stables, and lots more. If you've ever dreamed of life as a medieval peasant (only without all the dysentery and serfdom), then Medieval Dynasty could be for you.
Medieval Dynasty is available right now via Steam. You can also grab it on GOG.com, the Epic Games Store, and the Microsoft Store. Render Cube and Toplitz say they've got plenty more in store for this one, so naturally, we'll bring you more info about Medieval Dynasty as soon as we get it. In the meantime, take up thy pitchfork and get ready to watch yourself farm in third-person sometime soon.
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