A brand new RPG looms
One extra update is coming to indie RPG CrossCode at this time, as a ultimate send-off for the sport. Developer Radical Fish Games announced today that one extra small update, included as a part of the A New Home DLC, would be the ultimate piece of content coming to the sport.
Version 1.4.1 may have three new quests, a few area cups, and new Trade Offers in Rhombus Square. It will even be the ultimate content addition, and the staff plans additional releases solely to repair any remaining bugs or points. But whereas this marks the top of over 9 years of improvement on CrossCode, there’s nonetheless extra on the horizon for Radical Fish.
The staff confirmed that it’s at present prototyping its subsequent recreation, at present referred to as Project Terra. While it will likely be an action-RPG with a “gameplay mix similar to CrossCode,” it will likely be in a brand new setting and story.
Here’s a WIP sneak peak of @RadicalFishGame‘s #ProjectThatNeedsAHashtag‘s aesthetic and rendering. 2,5D is working glorious right here I believe.#gamedev #indiedev #pixelart pic.twitter.com/4RKRF2LJhh
— Thomas Fröse (@ThomasFroese) March 30, 2021
Though a cutscene in A New Home stoked hopes, the studio says there aren’t any plans for a sequel. “We definitely had a great time working on this title and [seeing] the world and its characters grow,” the weblog reads. “But after nine whole years, we are ready to work on something new.”
Radical Fish says it will likely be speaking extra about Project Terra inside the subsequent few months, and in case you’re desperate to get some early glimpses, the announcement blog has some embedded tweets with early appears which have gone up. The studio additionally confirmed that it will likely be receiving monetary assist from the state of Germany for the event of Project Terra.
So whereas it is unhappy to see a chapter come to an finish, after nearly a decade in improvement, it’s going to be thrilling to see what Project Terra holds for Radical Fish. CrossCode, in the meantime, is out on PC and consoles, in case you’re desperate to see what the fuss has been about.