Siege Survival: Gloria Victis, the standalone survival and resource management game set in the world of Gloria Victis, has had its free-to-play “prologue” version up and running since its August release, so there’s been plenty of time for the devs at FishTankStudio to gather up player feedback and act on it, as reflected in a recent update post that rounds up the latest additions.
For one thing, the game now has a trebuchet, an endgame interactive building that allows players to launch deadly projectiles against enemies after it’s fully repaired. There have also been adjustments to the game’s economy to follow the phasing of the game, including new and old tasks and challenges for players to complete. Finally, the game has added a scenario editor that lets players customize their Siege experience however they choose.
All of these improvements and others indicate that development of Siege is steadily moving forward, but the update post does note that the game’s final release may be delayed a little due to unspecified various reasons. “We are a small indie studio, and we want to make Siege Survival the best possible experience for you,” notes the post. “That is why we would like to reserve a little more time to polish and optimize the game even better before the release.”