The stone age farming and life simulation game Roots of Pacha has reappeared on Steam's storefront.
The game had been removed from Valve's digital marketplace following a dispute between developer Soda Den and publisher Crytivo. Apparently, both sides have come to the agreement to part way amicably, as explained in a press release sent to TechRaptor.
We also hear about upcoming content and updates, both in the short term and long erm.Next month we'll get a new romance ble character and quality-of-life updates, while in the future the game will receive plant and animal evolution and new locations. You can read the full statement below.
"Roots of Pacha, a co-op farming & life simulation game set in the stone age, returns to Steam today after an agreement between developer Soda Den and publisher Crytivo. The two parties have made the decision to amicably part ways under terms that are mutually beneficial. You can find the full statement at the bottom of this email.
With Roots of Pacha’s return to Steam, the post-launch patches that Soda Den has continued to implement based on community feedback will be available to new players as well as existing ones. Prehistoric farmers can expect an upcoming patch with quality of life updates and a new romanceable character in the next month. Long-term updates include plant and animal evolution this year, new Tundra and Turtle Islands locations next year, among other features and improvements in the works."
Roots of Pacha is a cute 2D pixel art life & farming simulator set in the Stone Age. It was financed via Kickstarter with $355,388 - ten times the original $35,000 goal - by 7,015 backers. The game is scheduled to be released on consoles later this year, but a release date for these ports has not been announced just yet.