The Life is Feudal MMO finally has a soft launch date: November 17

After what seems like a million years of testing (not really though), the MMO version of Life is Feudal is finally leaving closed beta behind and launching open beta on November 17th. It looks like a soft launch early access type of open beta, with buy-to-play packages starting at $29.99.

The game is the MMO version of an ambitious survival-oriented sandbox by Bitbox that was itself a scaled-down version of the originally planned MMO, so now we’ve come full circle. The survival game (Life is Feudal: Your Own) also has a strategy sim spinoff called Forest Village too.

Life is Feudal: MMO is a large-scale group-focused RPG, that places players in a highly realistic, non-fantasy, medieval world where danger lurks around every corner. Players need to work as a team to gather resources, build shelter, craft tools and form a fully functioning feudal society in an unforgiving archaic world. Players may find a place in society as a vassal, a knight, a farmer or even royalty, as their guild builds and expands their medieval societies. While players may start their adventures alone, as they gather and craft supplies needed to make it to the next day, they will quickly meet up with others to form groups, then guilds, and finally work their way up to complete medieval societies and nation-states. Life is Feudal: MMO is a realistic social experience, where the best way to thrive in the world is to work together and build a fully functioning society, where everyone has a place, from the most basic hunters and gatherers, to farmers, soldiers and civic leaders.”

Source: Press release
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pepperzine
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pepperzine

That trailer does the opposite of getting me to want to try this game. The narration is really bad.

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Christopher Pierce

I am actually kinda looking forward to this. My MMO enthusiasm has weakened very much over the past couple of years, though.

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Anthony Dixon

I’m a bit confused by all this, I own LiF: Your Own, does that mean I own this or is this separate?

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Robert Mann

The MMO is a little different, as there is no box cost (for the MMO, LiF:YO will still be it’s own thing) from open beta onward. You do have benefits from owning YO, though. The characters are on a pay to move past tutorial island system, and owning LiF:YO gives you one free ticket.

There is a separate launcher, and as the date gets close there should be a spot for you to download from if you wish.

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Anthony Dixon

Cool, thanks for the info!

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Robert Mann

About time! Lots of work has been done on the alpha, and a lot of excited people are ready to play without a looming wipe.

If anyone needs a spot, I’m happy to help. You can find me via the LIF discord (Jairone) or I’ll try to keep an eye out here. My group is casual, new player, RP, and non-PvP player friendly (aka, we have people on the outer areas of our kingdom who are more PvP combat oriented… along with allies around us, so the ability to avoid PvP is higher although not a guarantee.)

Wishing you all the best in whatever games you are playing!

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