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Fractured MMORPG Kickstarter campaign nears end, studio reveals housing, towns and political systems
Milan, July 20, 2018 - Italian game developer Dynamight Studios has released today a new update regarding housing, player-run towns and the political system of its upcoming PC sandbox MMORPG Fractured.
In the words of CEO Jacopo Gallelli, the system tries to breathe new life into the sandbox MMO genre in two ways. First, by featuring suitable options for players with different social attitudes (lone wolves, social individuals and power-craving ones). Second, by adding a new political layer centered on towns and democratic systems, which runs parallel to a more traditional one based on player guilds.
The full design journal can be found at the following url: https://fracturedmmo.com/feature-spotlight-7-towns-governors-politics/
The update is the last in a series released to garner interest for the Kickstarter campaign of the game, ending on the 25th of July, which has almost reached its goal of €100.000. The Kickstarter campaign can be found at the following url: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dymstudios/fractured-the-dynamic-mmo?ref=at299q
Players who would like to receive updates on the project can register an account for free on fracturedmmo.com. Signing up gives everyone the chance to win a pre-alpha key by being an active part of the Fractured community, which already counts over 35,000 registered users. Livestream Q&A sessions with the developers are also being performed weekly during the campaign.
For more information
Email: [email protected]
Fractured Portal: https://fracturedmmo.com
About Dynamight Studios
Dynamight Studios (www.dynamight-studios.com) is an independent videogame development startup based in Milan, Italy. Our mission is to innovate the world of Sandbox MMOs by opening it up to audiences that have been cut off from what we believe is the most exciting kind of online game out there - and one with exceptional growth perspectives, too. As of today, we are a team of 7 full-time geeks, all focused on the development of Fractured, our flagship product through which we hope to make our dream your reality.
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