Shroud of the Avatar’s progress video gives you a 25-minute overview

Shroud of the Avatar

By on November 5, 2013 at 5:31 pm

Wondering how Richard Garriott’s new RPG is coming along? Wonder no longer, as he and his new company Portalarium have put together a 25-minute state of the game video showing exactly what they’re doing with your Kickstarter dollars.

Check it out below:

Source: Polygon

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From the video “Property ownership is one of the main features of SotA”

From the website, there are only 200 lots of land. I don’t really get how a main feature can be used by such a small portion of the player population.

I bought into this kickstarter but getting a bit wary such core features being so limited and the lack of backstory and the potentially clunky free text interface with NPC’s

 
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