Mad World shows off its improved skill system, but no Steam in sight

    
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No, really, Tears for Fears.

While the cross-platform hack-and-slash MMO Mad World was supposed to arrive on Steam this fall, it looks as though the project is going to head into 2018 with no early access in sight. A small consolation to this realization is that work is being done on the game, including an improved skill system that is being implemented.

“We think the skills have improved a lot compared to the Halloween version [of the game],” the team said in a new video. “Skills now have more variety and have more [of a] combo vibe.”

It’s definitely an MMO worth tracking, if only for its grimdark Lovecraftian visuals that set it apart from the mainstream high fantasy titles out there.

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“While the cross-platform hack-and-slash MMO Mad World was supposed to arrive on Steam this fall, it looks as though the project is going to head into 2018 with no early access in sight. ”

@Justin Olivetti – 2019 Justin. We’re heading into 2019 :P

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camren_rooke

Ya know, I find it kinda funny, I find it kinda sad
The games which are indie are the best I’ve ever had.

So maybe it will work out for them.

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IronSalamander8 .

Graphically it reminds me of Darkest Dungeon a lot. May have to try it out once its launched.

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Armsbend

I saw a little bit of a reference to the real MadWorld. The Wii version made by Platinum.

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Tanek

Any time devs want to do work on a game rather than just pushing out to early access is fine by me. I know it is too much to hope the game will just be finished and launched, but who knows. Some day such miracles may once again be seen in this world.

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Unless they use dates they know they won’t hit to raise money.