The Waylanders has gotten a new early access update which sets add to add a new photo mode, expanded character origin videos, further bug fixes and more improvements.
The Waylanders New Early Access Update Adds Expanded Character Origin Videos, Photo Mode and More
The party based adventure RPG The Waylanders is currently in to Early Access and has received a further update which adds some new features and improvements which have come from the community. The new update sets to add a new photo mode so you can capture great moments in the game, expanded character origin videos, adding further backstory as well as bug fixes.
This is the second of the three winter updates developer Ga to Salvaje Studio has rolled out. It includes eight origin videos which goes into more detail about the backgrounds about each these characters and also explores more of the world of The Waylanders.
This update titled “The Immersion Update” does exactly that, helps players get fully immersed into the world, not only allowing players to pick characters but giving depth to the character with “where they’re from and how they tie into the story you’re about to jump into” according to Gato Salvaje Studio Creative Director, Serio Prieto.
The next upcoming update will add further language support, adding localization for the game in Spanish, Latin American Spanish, French, Europe, Simplified Chinese, Russian, and Galician.
The Waylanders is a party-based game features real-time combat, with tactical pause option for players to have control over offensive Formations. This allows for a deeper combat experience, as Formations allows for players to round up other party members to perform specific class-based moves against enemies.
You can check out the upcoming updates with the development roadmap below:
The Waylanders is currently available in Steam Early Access and GOG Games in Development program. The game is set to release on both platforms in Spring 2021.
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