Citadel: Forged with Fire has officially launched

    
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Out of the early access frying pan and into the fire of launch product with you, Citadel: Forged with Fire! You’re a full-grown bird now and it’s time to spread your wings and fly to new horizons! Don’t look at me like that, shoo! Go now! You’re free.

Well… not free-to-play, but you know what I mean.

Yes, Citadel: Forged with Fire is now released with version 1.0, which a post on the Steam page notes has added four new Mastery-level weapons. The same post also further promises to continue to listen to player feedback and address bugs in the near-term while adding previously offered updates in the long-term, including epic quest lines, dye systems for clothing and structures, new weapons, mini-boss world events, and more.

Naturally, the press release we received contends there’s lots for players to do now, which you can get a look at in the trailer below. Also, be sure to keep your eyes on this month’s Choose My Adventure, where I’ll be taking a look at Citadel with my own eyes and with your help in guiding me along the world of Ignis.

sources: press release, Steam

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Mallus

Another crap MMO? 💩💩💩

ozarubaba
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ozarubaba

I don’t know whether it’s me getting old, but I remember a not so distant past where the launch of a new MMO would fill me with excitement, anticipation, almost obsession.

Now it’s like … “oh yeah, so and so MMO has launched” *checks trailer*….

hmmm meh

“I might play it if it’s free, is it free? I’m too lazy to even check”.

Well it isn’t like that for all of them, if New World ever comes out, I still feel that way about that game, but all the others, like this one?

I don’t know, maybe I am getting old ..

Mewmew
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Mewmew

It’s not free. And it’s a server based sandbox, not really like a major MMORPG release.

And really, you must be getting old :P You sound like you’re talking about a time where few MMORPGs existed. A time where all the releases were something huge and major and new, expanding on a very limited amount of MMORPGs out there. A time when giant amounts of money were sunk by huge studios into MMORPGs and most people knew it was going to be something big and fantastc.

A time before I started to play them :P Like back in my Uncles’ days (My Dad was never into MMORPGs so I never really say back in my Father’s day since he didn’t play them).

ozarubaba
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ozarubaba

Yeah my experience of MMOs started with Warcraft III (DotA) but my first MMORPG was WoW in 2006.

I’ve played a ton since, and there hasn’t been a single one (except maybe New World) that has given me that “feeling” in the past, I don’t know, 10 years or so?

Maybe PlanetSide 2 in the past, but not anymore….

I pray to the Gods of gaming and MMOs that an awesome MMORPG comes round the corner, the kind that prevents me from sleeping at night cause I’m that excited about it, the kind that prevents me from working cause I can’t stop thinking about it, the kind that, many years later, my guildies and I would talk of and recollect “fond virtual” memories in that game cause that’s how special it is.

Instead, for like the last 10 years or more, it’s basically been games that everyone agrees “have potential” but always fall short of it..