Medieval Dynasty unveils its post-launch roadmap and 2022 console release plans.
Toplitz Productions are looking to the future. Medieval Dynasty launched strongly and is now available to buy on Steam, Epic, GOG.com, and the Microsoft Store. Developers Render Cube are now thinking about what kind of legacy the game (and its community) will build in the coming months.
In the latest Steam blog update for the game, developers Render Cube have outlined some of the key updates headed to the game in the following months, with the first item planned to be a highly requested feature – the option to play Medieval Dynasty from a third-person perspective.
Due to roll out before the end of the year, this new mode will not only let players admire their choice of outfit and better center themselves in this harsh medieval world, but should also allow players more susceptible to motion sickness to enjoy the game on their own terms.
Due in the new year is an assortment of cosmetic structures and decorations to really help players define their villages as their own. More practically, there are also windmills planned; a major undertaking for a small medieval village, but once constructed, it’ll be an economically powerful resource.
Also looking skyward, an assortment of birds will be joining Medieval Dynasty’s fauna, plus more animals to hunt, tame, and adopt. Coming later is a new set of quests and dialogues focused on the main character’s son, letting players help decide what kind of person their heir will grow up to be. Later still are the console ports, with more details to be announced soon.