Excalibur Games and Lithuanian indie developer Arvydas Žemaitis have set a December release date for their fantasy business adventure Craftlands Workshoppe. After a little over a year in early access the game will launch with a v1.0 update that concludes the story along with several other changes.
In the v1.0 update players can experience the full story of with the addition of the final quest line. Selutarr’s Mansion is opening itself up to players. Those who enter can meet up with a mysterious wizard to trigger the final quest line. Finishing the story will open up a portal to a new dimension. To accomplish this players will need to reach 100% reputation with all freight destinations, gather lucifrite crystals, discover more about Timothy’s past, and craft Allcraft’s Magical Key. Players can also visit the portal island.
For those unfamiliar with Craftlands Workshoppe, the game was created by the lead developer of the indie Shoppe Keep series. This title is a brand new experience featuring a cast of colorful characters, intrigue, portals, air ships and more. Life in the clouds might seem like a dream, however there is much work that needs to be done if one wants to turn a tidy profit with their hastily acquired and very dilapidated workshoppe.
The skills of alchemy, cookery, and blacksmithing will be required to restore the workshoppe to its former glory and master one’s crafts. Plus, don’t forget to feed the dog. Several bug fixes are included in the v1.0 update.
Craftlands Workshoppe is currently available in early access on Humble Bundle and Steam for $19.99 USD. The full release date for Craftlands Workshoppe is scheduled for December 17, 2021. For more information about the game visit the game’s Steam page, follow @CraftlandsGame on Twitter or join the game’s official Discord.
Arvydas Žemaitis (@strangefiredev Twitter) is a Lithuanian indie developer who has worked on the Shoppe Keep franchise. Currently he is working on Craftlands Workshoppe, the latest entry in the series.
Excalibur Games (@Excalpublishing Twitter) is the publishing arm of parent company Contact Sales Ltd. Founded in 1997 the company has moved forward to release its own original products while reaching a worldwide audience on most major platforms. Their portfolio includes Jalopy, Tracks, Shoppe Keep 2 and Flashing Lights.
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