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Medieval Dynasty leaves Early Access and fully releases on September 23rd

Toplitz Productions and Render Cube announced that Medieval Dynasty, their Middle Ages survival sandbox life sim, will leave Early Access and fully release on September 23rd.

Tamara Berger, Head of Marketing & PR at Toplitz Productions, said:

“Kudos to our awesome community for the ongoing support during the Early Access phase, and many thanks for all the great ideas, general feedback and bug reports! You folks made Medieval Dynasty into the game we all dreamt of! We are excited to see players all over the world getting absorbed into its relaxing and at the same time thrilling atmosphere and gameplay.”

After delivering five major content updates, developer Render Cube and publisher Toplitz are hard at work on the last and largest update for Medieval Dynasty’s full release. A full list of changes will be available closer to release. Players can expect new content, balancing improvements, overall performance, and game polishing. Players will also be able to dabble in herbalism, which opens up many new options for trade and healing.

Very soon the Team will also be releasing a new development roadmap to share with our community, detailing our launch plans and all the new updates and content you can expect in the months after release.

Damian Szymanski, CEO of Render Cube S.A. added:

“Medieval Dynasty is our baby. We worked hard (often day and night) to help it grow into the game it is today. There won’t be any eventuality that would stop us from supporting the game as it evolves being version 1.0. Release day is not the end – it’s the beginning of a new exciting time for Medieval Dynasty.”

Enjoy!

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