Shroud of the Avatar demo shows how interior decorating will work

Shroud of the Avatar

By on September 26, 2013 at 4:18 pm

Backers of Shroud of the Avatar will be delighted to know that Richard “Lord British” Garriott has released another early peek at his RPG, in which he explains how customising your own player housing will work.

An intriguing part of the process is just how much the game is relying on crowdsourced assets, with a number of the player-created items already making their way into this early build of the game. It’s an interesting approach, and I’ll be keen to see if it pays off.

Take a look below.

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Housing customization? Typical MMO old guard… building wank factor into the game before they have decent game play.

 
Village idiot

Im still remaining very skeptical… But damn watching some of the videos brings back some great UO nostalgia.

 

The problem is that to own a house it is very expensive real world money.

 
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