Citadel: Forged With Fire is hit with marble madness

    
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It might be tempting to become so wrapped up in the endless possibilities and power of Citadel: Forged With Fire’s magic that you might end up forgetting that there’s a building component of the game. Let’s hope not, because now you can build a castle — and not just any castle, but one constructed of pristine marble.

This week’s patch for the early access sandbox added the marble castle set: “This new set offers the complete range of building pieces including walls, floors, roofs, windows, doors, stairs and much more! Not only that, but you can mix and match the pieces with the other existing sets to create appealing combinations.”

There were several other quality-of-life tweaks and bug fixes as well, such as helping players not to drown when they’re completely out of the water. That had to be disconcerting. Players can also lock up their storage chests and not fear that others might come along to pilfer them.

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Lord Klaus

This is already a beautiful game. Few bugs, a lot of quality, a lot of freedom, powerful and well made building system. As a lover of building games, Citadel is one of the best. A keeping in mind is still “only” an early access, there is a lot of expectations for the improvements we will see in the incoming months.

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Stephen Goyette

Unfortunately this is just becoming a building simulator. That’s all the new content that’s been coming out. They’ve put nothing out to challenge pve or pvp. And the population is nearly nothing at this point. Love the game and the concept, loathe EA games because it’s nearly impossible to recover once you’ve lost everyone.

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silverlock

Heck I’d be happy enough with that except that all the servers are now empty. I was on a server with a good group and pop but after it was inaccessible for the better part of three weeks no one but me came back.

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Daniel Miller

This game will challenge Archeage housing.

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Dug From The Earth

Ok…

Im very disappointed with this article

Not a SINGLE marble rolling around ANYWHERE in the video or screenshots.

Shame on you, Justin… shame…