Claybook’s First Major Update Lowers the Game’s Minimum System Requirements

Claybook’s First Major Update Lowers the Game’s Minimum System Requirements

Second Order has released the first major update to Claybook since it released on Steam Early Access, providing improved share features.

It was just last month when we reported that Claybook would be launching onto Steam Early Access. Independent studio Second Order has detailed some of the changes that have been made to the game as part of its first major update since the release.

In Claybook‘s Update #1, players will find a new sandbox game mode, as well as a new Cannon Castle chapter, and improved mechanics for fluids, including those with multiple colors and the eroding effects of fluids.

In addition to that, changes have been made to improve the game’s creation and sharing systems, allowing players to set custom book and chapter cover images, undo/redo in the level editor, and incorporate new gizmos, books, and chapters.

What may be a sigh of relief for some still hoping to play Claybook, the development team has lowered the system requirements to run the game. It now includes an improved “Low” graphics setting and the minimum GPU requirement has been reduced.

Claybook is currently available on Steam through its Early Access program for $19.99. The game is expected to eventually release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the future. For more information on the game, you are encouraged to visit its official website or the Steam page.