The early access phase of the new role-playing game The Waylanders will soon be launched. Specifically, it starts on June 16, 2020 – the next Tuesday. According to current planning, this preliminary phase should run at least until the end of this year.
While the release version of the new role-playing game The Waylanders will be a long time coming at least until next year, you will soon be able to take a first look at the work of the Gato Studio development team. As the team has announced, the starting shot will be given in the next week the early access phase on Steam. Specifically, it should start on June 16, 2020 – the next Tuesday. Then you can buy the "pre-release" version of the RPG and plunge into the adventure for the first time.
However, the developers clearly point out again that this is an unfinished version of the game, which on the one hand will not have all the content and on the other hand some bugs. Anyone who gets upset quickly about minor and major mistakes could be a bit frustrated. According to current planning, the early access phase should run at least until the end of this year, possibly even until the beginning of 2021. Over the next few weeks and months, Gato Studio plans to continuously add new features.
Behind The Waylanders is, among others, Mike Laidlaw, who previously worked at BioWare as creative director for the role-playing series Dragon Age. He therefore has the necessary experience in this genre. Also on board is the narrative designer from Telltale Games Emily Grace Buck. In order to fund the development of the new project, the team launched a Kickstarter campaign in 2018 that raised over $ 168,000 – more than the originally targeted amount.
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