Here’s what Civil War-themed MMO shooter War of Rights has been up to since Kickstarter


Two years ago, Civil War-flavored multiplayer shooter War of Rights raised $118,000 on Kickstarter to see the title to completion, at which point it rather fell off our radar. But it’s been pumping out regular updates since then, including a user interface overhaul, the playable musician class, uniforms, multiple authentic locations, engine upgrades, and skirmishes.

“The biggest event for us in 2017 by far was the release of Skirmishes back in late May,” Campfire Games writes. “It brought actual combat and game mechanics into the game for the first time. We’ve been hard at work improving the alpha the entire year. Countless of bugs and server stability fixes, updated animations, new game systems, updated and expanded character models and going from the initial 3 skirmish areas released back in may to 12 today. Update 86 marks the 48th update in 2017 alone. We intend to continue keeping our update pace up in the next year.”

We’ve tucked a ton of screenshots and videos down below so you can get caught up, but it’s looking pretty impressive!

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