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RPG Maker MZ Coming Summer 2020


Make the RPG of your dreams when KADOKAWA and Degica’s RPG Maker MZ launches on Steam this summer.

According to the development team, the long-running “RPG Maker” series was created for those that have asked the questions “I want to make a game without learning programming,” or “Could anyone really make a game so easily?” To remedy this problem, this title has already programmed the basic operations that come with the support of RPGs. Drawings and music, in addition to downloadable content, are all at the player’s fingertips.

RPG Maker MZ brings with it a number of new additions. Players can make use of its map editor, which can create maps the same way one would draw a picture. A more powerful character generation function will also make its way to the title. With it, players can depict characters’ conversations, their movements across a map, and more. The overworld can also be tweaked, with the placement of treasure chests and other visuals easily adjusted on the fly.

For those who wish to fight fair, one can also test the balance of your title in relation to playable characters and enemies, and can test play to make sure everything is absolutely perfect. A plug-in function, which will receive more details in the near future, can also help create a more advanced game.

For all those that are interested, you can find the Steam page here.

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