Toplitz Productions and developer Render Cube have added windmills to their 3D medieval survival RPG Medieval Dynasty. The implementation of windmills adds one of the most anticipated community and roadmap features to the game.
Meant to simplify life, the windmill is the ultimate building of the Farming Technology tree. Windmills allow players to produce twice as much flower. Besides the increased production, the windmill aesthetic helps players with their immersive in-game experience. These buildings will tower above their settlements creating a rustic medieval village skyline.
At the start of this past February, a developer diary had teased the implementation of windmills. While windmills are at the center of this Medieval Dynasty update, dozens of new decorative items have came with the update too. Fresh housing modules, decorative items, and customizations will help improve the look and feel of one’s home. Vases, shelves, and even window shutters are just a few to name.
Over 30 new locations of interest have been generated on the map. Several new animations and effects have made their way into the game. Stallholder and Beekeeper animations are an example.
Falling trees will now make more sounds. The doppler effect is now applied to sounds of falling trees and ranged weapons. Players can also hear a reverb effect for falling trees. Putting items into and taking items out of one’s inventory will play new sounds.
The invisible chicory is now visible. Animal shadows should no longer flicker. Stone deposit state and cut tree progress should now properly be saved. Various rendering optimizations, systems optimizations, and RAM optimizations have made their way as the game has been updated to Unreal Engine 4.27.2.
A more complete list of additions, fixes, and changes in the update is available here.
Medieval Dynasty is available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle, Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG, and Microsoft Store for $34.99 USD. A Medieval Dynasty Digital Supporter Pack containing various digital goodies including the original Medieval Dynasty soundtrack is also available for $7.99 USD. For more information about Medieval Dynasty visit its official website here.
Render Cube (@rendercubegames Twitter) is an indie game developer based in Łódź, Poland. The company’s history began in 2012 when Damian Szymański started a 3D graphic outsourcing company. Later the company morphed into a game development company with a nine member team that released their first title, Monster League, in 2018.
Toplitz Productions (@Toplitz_Prod Twitter) is an Austrian publisher and developer with the goal of offering games that feature “Heart and Soul” to consumers. The company is comprised of veteran game developers and executives who collaborate with multiple studios throughout the world. Toplitz’s portfolio comprises a mix of sports, strategy, adventure, and simulation games for PC and major console platforms.
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