If you want to play Shroud of the Avatar online, there’s stuff that you can have only by pledging support for the game at the right time. But what about when you’re offline? Should all of those benefits be available to you while playing alone, or should offline players be subject to the same restrictions as online ones? The development team posed the same question to the community, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive: Nearly every player polled has said yes, indicating offline players should be able to access otherwise inaccessible content in offline mode, even if they didn’t pledge for those rewards.
The latest community update also includes a peek behind the scenes in the making of Paladis Shardfall and Dysborg Ruins, giving a thorough look at how these areas came to be. You’ll be able to play with Dysborg Ruins in Release 26 thanks to some team member dedication, and you can also most likely look forward to accessing everything the game has to offer in its offline mode.