- Undemanding graphics
- Intuitive controls
- PC version
- Large team
- Unknown Road map
- Zero partnerships
Not published yet (as of 25 April 2022).
About the Game
Ember Sword is a multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) set in a dystopian fantasy world. You’ll be able to create a character, choose your nation and venture into a mysterious world where you’ll encounter monsters, bosses and other players. Or you can just roam the world and explore it as a peaceful forager of goods and rare resources and make a name for yourself as a talented refiner and craftsman.
Ember Sword should contain both PvP and PvE experiences. “Outlaw” zones are planned as Free-For-All areas with PvP and PvE, where you go to collect the rarest resources, kill monsters or fight other players. In the Wilderness and Kingship zones, you can arm yourself and help your friends defeat bosses in the open world or venture into the dangerous world to face thousands of monsters as a lone wolf to test your weapons and abilities. In these areas, you can meet players from other nations and engage in battle with them. If you prefer PvE, you’ll also be able to get the best items through resource collecting, dungeons and crafting, but those who dare to engage in PvP will get a number of rewards, so it’s worth the risk.
Ember is an ERC-20 token. It will be used to acquire land, collectibles of all kinds (these will primarily be purchased from other players), on an optional subscription (extra bank slots, a unique collectible every month, and other non-gameplay-impacting convenience features), and on a limited number of consumables. However, it can never be exchanged for in-game gold. The Ember Token can be purchased through the game, as long as supplies are available. It is not available on the exchanges and marketplaces.
Ember Sword is developed by Bright Star Studios Limited which has 48 employees, 14 of whom are actively involved in the development of Ember Sword.
“The game has a more modest but very active community on Discord. I like the classic RPG elements and the low-poly style graphics, complemented by pastel colors. The game definitely has its charm that will hopefully attract more players once it launches. If the game comes out, I’ll definitely be happy to try it.”
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