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Deep Rift 9 community · Created a new topic Build 173

We have been very silent for quite a while, but we have not been idle. Though a lot still needs to be integrated into the game, most of the game content, 3D models, animations, renderings and audio tracks are done, and we're now into the nitty gritty of polishing and adding little meta games to keep everything alive and interesting.

On top of that we took a few steps back to get a fresh look at the UI which is now more than 10 years old and was beginning to show its age. After many iterations and lots of monkeying about, we've found a direction that we like and things are moving forward at a decent pace so, while there's still quite a bit of road to cover, we figured we'd give you a little preview :).

For almost a decade, the idea of a brand new sci-fi themed multiplayer strategy game has been taking shape at Norsedale and in spite of various setbacks, we persevered and are now happy to invite you all in to help us finetune and tweak the core game experience.

The game currently offers what you would expect from a basic multiplayer strategy game plus a few twists of our own, but there's so much more we want to do. However, while we have a ton of ideas of our own, we'd much rather hear it from you!

So, come join the fun and let us know what you think...


- The Norsedale Team

Deep Rift 9 has been in semi-public alpha for a while now - we're looking for hardcore strategy gamers who wants to be part of the process and help shape the game. The core mechanics are in place and the game is completely playable, but even though we have a ton of things we want to add, nothing from here on forward is set in stone. In fact, several of the features that we already have are still subject to evaluation.

So if you want a chance to add your personal touch to the next big strategy game, chime in - we'd love to hear what you think works, and any ideas you have to improve things that don't.