Ashes of Creation shows new images, talks about its ‘mini-Sim City’ design

Following a flurry of blog posts, its PAX West appearance, and its crowdfunding campaign, Ashes of Creation has gone downright silent this fall. It’s probably more fair to label it “quiet” than silent, as the team is still discussing the game as it pushes hard to get it done. Apparently there’s that December 15th deadline looming ahead for the start of Alpha Zero…

This week during Intrepid Studio’s livestream, the team talked about various parts of the game and showed off 20 new images from Ashes of Creation. These included pictures of architecture, some concept art, and plenty of shots of the game world itself. The developers also took questions from the community and shared how towns will become “mini-Sim Cities” in practice.

We’ve got all of the new images plus the full livestream for you below!

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Ashfyn Ninegold

Really loving the architectural designs. Beautiful. Looking forward to yet more . . .

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Lateris Ablon

This is the first time I have heard of this game since I work hundreds of hours. Ty for posting this.

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Bullwraith

I know you were on vacation and time flies when you’re having fun, but pax west was just last month :) I think it’s a bit of hyperbole to say that a team has gone silent or quiet “this fall”.

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rafael12104

Cool. It is looking good and progress is being made. BTW, it is ok to go “silent”. Keeping your head down and working hard is always a plus.

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smulb

another game that will eventually go free to play or hang on to their nuts and die a sub game

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Rhime

Yup..coming along nicely..

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Matthew Yetter

Wow, those landscape shots are stunning and the buildings are richly detailed. The dungeon scenes fall flat by comparison — they need a lot more clutter to flesh them out. But this is certainly promising. Especially for pre-alpha stuff.

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