Trove discusses player housing, Steam release

    
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Trion released a dev blog introducing sandvox Trove’s cornerstone system to new players last night. Cornerstones are houses akin to a personal home base, a plot that you can build up and drag around with you from map to map, planting it anywhere there’s an unclaimed plot out in the world.

“Your Cornerstone is just for you; customize it to your heart’s content without any fear of losing what you’ve created! However, while the 16 x 16 space of your Cornerstone will always be with you, remember that the rest of the Trovian world is procedurally generated and changes over time. Anything built in the open world can be lost or modified by other players. With just a little bit of exploring, you’ll find amazing Cornerstone creations that have been assembled, piece by piece, by your fellow players.”

The studio is plotting a stream this Thursday to demo the Steam version and the new Tomb Raider Pack. Trove formally launches next week.

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MewmewGirl
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MewmewGirl

16×16, but an incredible distance both up into the sky and deep under the ground.  So you end up with these mini realms built up and down in a tower like fashion.

Of course you can make your own full worlds as well, this is just the little part you summon around with you.

tanek_09
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tanek_09

CBSA82 Glyph has at least one thing in the plus column…it isn’t Arc.  :P

Really, though, have people had problems with it recently? I have only used it to update Trove and RIFT, but for those it has not been an issue since the stumbles at launch.

Cere
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Cere

Can you play Trion titles without Glyph via Steam, or does Steam just launch Glyph?

CBSA82
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CBSA82

I will play this on Steam.  But glyph can die in a fire

MikeMinier
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MikeMinier

Nice!  I can finally get rid of Glyph.  The only Trion game I still play is Trove.  Rift drove me away with it’s pay to win(you can actually buy raid gear….).  Defiance just got old so fast.  AcheAge was fun until I gave up trying to find land for things larger than tier 2 farms.