Life is Feudal is planning an AMA, PvP rule changes, and a Godenland wipe

    
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Spring is coming to Life is Feudal and with it are some planned adjustments to the game and an upcoming AMA according to the most recent developer post. These changes include adjustments to the PvP ruleset and a targeted wipe of the Godenland area, though that appears to be sticking point for some players.

According to the post, the planned wipe would all player-built objects, equipped items and inventory, and terraforming changes, though things like skills, guilds, and premium inventory would be kept. There is an addendum at the bottom of this announcement, however, that states that negative feedback is prompting the devs to put whether this wipe happens or not to a vote. Interested players have until this coming Thursday, April 16th, to make their voice heard.

What is happening will be an unexplained change to the PvP rules that will hopefully bring a more enjoyable experience, as well as combat changes, a skill cap increase, and updates to provinces, instanced battles, and taxes. A full changelog is expected at some point next week. Speaking of next week, this coming Sunday, April 12th, will see an AMA in the game’s official Discord. Players who are interested are welcome to join the respective AMA channel and submit their questions.

source: official site, thanks Panagiotis for the tip!
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Phone_Guy
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Phone_Guy

Life is Feudal: Your Own should of continued to be the focus. The MMO suffers from classic open pvp issues combined with a skill cap and grind that makes most western MMO players give a thumbs up. As with any game in which the players work to build the world advancement will always hit a wall and entropy will set in. Veteran players will bore and leave and new players are stuck trying to carve out a claim in what little space remains. Wipes are the only way to keep things interesting but how do you do a wipe when you make money by selling character upgrades and premium items?

Relmharver
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Relmharver

Mostly Negative recent reviews on Steam. Complaints that the game is making only minor progress with few updates from the developers. Sounds like just another early access, indie MMO stuck in endless development.

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Dankey Kang

the worst part with these indie MMO’s is that by the time they get up to the standard they’re aiming for (if that even happens), the rest of the competition is already light-years ahead of them.