Team up with other players and try to build a fully functional society.
Life is Feudal: MMO is a large-scale group-focused RPG, that places players in a highly realistic, non-fantasy, medieval world where danger lurks around every corner. Players need to work as a team to gather resources, build shelter, craft tools and form a fully functioning feudal society in an unforgiving archaic world. Players may find a place in society as a vassal, a knight, a farmer or even royalty, as their guild builds and expands their medieval societies.
While players may start their adventures alone, as they gather and craft supplies needed to make it to the next day, they will quickly meet up with others to form groups, then guilds, and finally work their way up to complete medieval societies and nation-states. Life is Feudal: MMO is a realistic social experience, where the best way to thrive in the world is to work together and build a fully functioning society, where everyone has a place, from the most basic hunters and gatherers, to farmers, soldiers and civic leaders.
A more basic, smaller world version of the game is already available: Life is Feudal: Your Own. A limited number of players can access privately hosted servers, with a world size of 3×3 kilometres. The MMO version boasts a 21×21 kilometre world with the possibility of expansion in the future. You can buy Life is Feudal: Your Own on Steam for £24.99, and if you do, you’ll automatically get access to the open beta when it launches on the 11th of January.
You can, instead, purchase Life is Feudal: MMO starter packs on the official website. There are three different packs priced at £23.79, £39.99 and £78.99, each offering varying hauls of in-game currency and exclusive gear, as well as one, two or three months subscription.
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