Ashes of Creation’s New Gameplay Shows Seasons, Dungeon and More; Passes $2,800,000 on Kickstarter

Ashes of Creation keeps looking gorgeous in a whopping thirty minutes of gameplay showing the winter season, a dungeon and more.

on May 31, 2017 2:16 PM

Intrepid Studios published a sizable new video of its upcoming new MMORPG Ashes of Creation.

The video gives an extensive look on the game, showing several interesting elements.

First of all, we get to give a look at the winter season. The game will have seasons, and they won’t just be a matter of having different weather. They’ll change the landscape, add collision were water freezes and becomes ice (allowing players to walk on ponds and lakes), and obstructions.

After the lovely trek through the falling snow, that also involves a quest, we get to see a homestead, and a look at a dungeon with plenty of combat. Needless to say, it looks awesome, even if the fact that it’s pre-alpha means that there are glitches to be had.

At the end, the developers show the monster coins system in action once more, turning into cute/creepy “Twisted rabbits.”

Incidentally, the game just passed 2.8 million dollars in pledges (it’s at $2,807,900 at the moment of this writing) on Kickstarter with a little less than two days to go, and 16,311 backers.

Watch the video below, and if you want to see more of Ashes of Creation, you can check out more mage gameplay and a starting area, the monster coins system mentioned above, and the freeholds housing system.

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