Sword Coast Legends Will Level UpN-Space continues working to make a better experience.11.10.15 - 12:19 AM
According to n-Space president and Sword Coast Legends
Director Dan Tudge, over 82 years worth of total playtime has been logged between the early access and first week of the game's release. Reactions to the game have been focused on particular gameplay elements, since Sword Coast Legends
can be played in a myriad of ways. More of the negative reactions were focused on the rigidity of the Dungeon Master mode, with the ideology that it could never replicate the actual experience. Others were not enthused about the utilization of a traditional PC/MMO RPG interface. Dan Tudge had the following to say about the current impressions of the game: "We hear you."
Over the rest of 2015, n-Space will be working on updates and DLC for no additional charge. Some have said this would only be available to those who pre-ordered the game, but the press release advised of no such information. Also, mod support will be officially released on December 3rd, including adjustable graphical and data related options. The developers seem to be constantly engaging with the community via Steam and forums, giving rise to some of the proposed changes. The full list can be found on their page.
Sword Coast Legends is still set for a console release in early 2016, and is currently out for PC, Mac, and Linux. Check out our impressions, and visit the gallery for more media.