Book of Travels Early Access Launch Delayed

The team at Might and Delight announced that their Early Access TMORPG Book of Travels has been delayed.

According to the development team:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“Might and Delight believes in working together to create games, and that extends to our beta testers. Thanks to their feedback we have realized Book of Travels isn’t where we want it to be quite yet. We want to deliver an early access game we can stand for, and hence we have made the decision to delay once again. The team is now hard at work on stabilizing the game.

We understand how disappointing it is to those who had your heart set on playing Book of Travel and exploring Braided Shore soon. Even so, we have decided not to give a new date yet. We will announce the time of release when we’re fully confident that we can hit it.

We hope for your understanding and patience and that, when a new date is set, you will join us to travel and create your own stories in Book of Travels.”[/testimonials]

Inspired by genre classics, Book of Travels is a unique social roleplaying experience that lets players travel the free wilds and vivid cities of the Braided Shore peninsula. With people few and far between, players must choose to collaborate together or survive alone. No matter what one chooses, players can do things in their own style and shape their own journey

You can wishlist the title on Steam here.

Source: Press Release
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