Project Gorgon’s latest update features more robust zombies, skill-training changes

    
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When it comes to cheap labor, you really can’t beat zombies in terms of pure value, but sometimes that whole being dead thing makes them prone to falling to pieces at the most inopportune moments. Thankfully, that’s just one of the things that Project Gorgon’s latest update aimed to fix, which should make life for Necromancers a little less messy. Now, zombie minions’ inherent self bleed has been toned down by 75%, and they now heal for 25% of all damage they deal, which should help prolong their lives a bit.

In addition, the update also introduced some changes to the game’s training systems. Specifically, golem conditionals and abilities are no longer learned from books; instead, the Battle Chemistry trainer in Rahu now teaches them through the training system. Tanning is also easier to learn now, as players no longer have to complete a favor for the trainer in order to access it. For the full details on the patch’s other additions and changes, you can check out the patch notes in their entirety over on Reddit, then stay tuned for the upcoming update, which Elder Game says will include endgame content!

Source: Patch Notes
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Mr.McSleaz

But when is the Housing coming?

I’m not giving them money until then.

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PanagiotisLial1

Its not like we got to pay them a sub or cash shop currencies. The only fee it really has its the b2p tag, but yes its a small team that works well but its expected to be fairly slow

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Toy Clown

I think I want to try this out now.

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PanagiotisLial1

I tried it first during alpha, which by the way was far more playable than most Betas and loved it. When it went buy to play I took a break for a while cause I had other games too but bought it on christmas sales through steam and loving it. The buy price is a bit high at 40 euros but seriously you dont have to pay for anything else – just people donate and when and if they want

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Toy Clown

I’ve heard a lot of good things about the game and I’m at a point where I want something new that’s not yet another “open-world sandbox” release. Thanks for the comment!