Lavapotion has revealed its 2023 Songs of Conquest roadmap, which looks ahead to what's coming in the turn-based strategy RPG this year. A full release has been penciled in for the third quarter of 2023, and other improvements like new campaigns, achievements, and an artifact marketplace are also on the way.
The roadmap is split into three quarters, with a 1.0 release scheduled for the end of Q3. In the first quarter, you're getting an artifact market where you can buy and sell artifacts, as well as beacon improvements that will let you use this feature to travel across Songs of Conquest's map. Other Q1 improvements include extra skirmish maps and a finalized map editor.
Moving into Q2, the first major new Songs of Conquest campaign is coming in the form of Barony of Loth, which will expand Songs of Conquest significantly. Q2 also brings more unit traits and abilities, as well as random Loth events, improvements to the game's netcode, and yet more skirmish maps.
Finally, in Q3, Lavapotion is introducing another new campaign, the Barya campaign, as well as plenty more stuff. Achievements are coming to the game in this quarter, and you'll finally be able to create your own campaigns. More artifacts, skirmish maps, and random events will also be added ahead of the full Songs of Conquest release in the latter part of the quarter.
Of course, the roadmap is, as Lavapotion says, a "living document", so all of this could change before the game's release. Make sure to take a look at the Steam announcement for the Songs of Conquest roadmap so you can get a clearer idea of what's coming to the game in the next few months.
Songs of Conquest is available on Steam right now, where it's currently in Early Access. Usually, the game would set you back $29.99, but at time of writing, it's on sale at 33% off, so you'll be paying $20.09 or your local equivalent. Stay tuned to TechRaptor for more news about this one.