Seven: The Days Long Gone Receives Patch Update and New Trailer Detailing Magic

Seven: The Days Long receives new post launch patches that address a few of the issues that players have been running into.

on December 8, 2017 12:28 PM

Fool?s Theory and IMGN.PRO released some new information about their 3D isometric RPG, Seven: The Days Long Gone, available now on PC-via Steam.

First off, the developers released two new patches, 1.0.3 and 1.0.4, which addressed what they described as “clunkiness” within some of the stealth and sneaking features. This includes sneak while climbing, which as an issue when the game launched. Additionally, they patches addressed bugs that had the Oculus Rift capture audio due to integration.

The team adds that patch 1.0.5 will roll out soon and will improve “gameplay and interface mechanics of back-stabbing enemies”.

“We wish to extend our gratitude to fans and journalists who have already played our game. In a perfect world we would have waited a bit longer to release, but we had to go, and we were eager to share what we have been working on. These first two patches address some combat issues, movement and stealth problems and eliminate a lot of minor bugs. It’s not perfect yet, but we are working toward perfection.  We thank you all for your support as we continue to release updates,” said Lukasz Kubiak, co-owner of IMGN.PRO.

“As a ‘thank you’ gift to you all, we are working on some additional content that will make available for free to everyone who has the game to make your adventures on Peh island even more fun. Thank you for helping us bring this game to fruition. We wish you and yours a safe and wonderful holiday with lots of free to time to game,” said Kubiak.

Seven: The Days Long Gone is a Thief-inspired 3D isometric RPG where players must attempt to escape a so called “inescapable prison” on the island of Peh. Players will assume the role of Teriel, a master thief who is possessed by an ancient daemon named Artanak, which rewards his some special skills. During the game players will be able to sneak around their way through the prison or fight their way to the exit. Additionally, Teriel can be customized with upgrades and new skills.

Lastly, a new trailer was released that details the usage of magic in the game, which you can watch below:

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Azario Lopez has held multiple positions in the game's media industry. At DualShockers he focuses on providing coverage for niche and indie video games in the form of news updates, reviews, and interviews.