Insider Look at Wales Sport: Age of Automata Preview: A Social, Sandbox MMO With Some Big Ideas

Insider Look at Wales Sport: Age of Automata Preview: A Social, Sandbox MMO With Some Big Ideas

The highly anticipated announcement of BitCraft: Age of Automata in 2021 sparked excitement within the IGN community. Initially met with some scepticism due to its survival-crafting sandbox MMO genre, players were given the opportunity for a hands-on experience with the game on PC.

During gameplay, testers were impressed by the graphics, fluid movement, and collaborative community building aspect of BitCraft. Concerns about griefing were addressed through the implementation of a claim system, while the potential for terraforming and progression in specialisations was also explored.

One standout feature of BitCraft is the introduction of a landlord system, which allows players to build, own, and even rent out homes within the game. The prototype dungeon experience was praised for its challenging puzzle-solving aspect, adding another layer of depth to the gameplay.

Developed by a small team at Clockwork Labs, BitCraft has an ambitious vision for the MMO genre. The closed alpha test for BitCraft is scheduled to begin on PC on April 2, 2024, giving players a glimpse of what the game has to offer.

Stay tuned to Insider Wales Sport for all the latest updates on BitCraft: Age of Automata as it continues to evolve and grow leading up to its official release.

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