Counterplay will proceed to “monitor and implement adjustments” based mostly on participant suggestions.
Counterplay Games’ looter slasher Godfall launched to a less-than-stellar reception in November 2020. It had a number of gameplay and technical points (which you’ll learn extra about in our evaluate) however probably the most conspicuously absent function was matchmaking for on-line play. That’s going to be altering, based on the developer on Twitter.
It confirmed that it was engaged on “implementing matchmaking” and can proceed to “monitor and implement adjustments based mostly in your suggestions.” When matchmaking might be added is unknown however the developer mentioned it might share “extra particulars” in over the approaching months. In the meantime, it’s at the moment engaged on the game’s first (and at the moment, solely) paid enlargement.
Godfall is at the moment accessible for PS5 and PC, having been the primary title introduced for Sony’s current-gen console, that too earlier than the console was even formally revealed. It acquired the “Primal” replace in February 2021 which revamped the Tower of Trials endgame exercise together with including Ascension Levels and Primal Items. Whether these main updates will proceed to roll out, particularly following the enlargement’s launch, stays to be seen so keep tuned.
As we proceed to observe & implement adjustments based mostly in your suggestions, one factor was very clear…. We are excited to announce that we’re working towards implementing matchmaking into Godfall! More particulars might be shared over the approaching months as we work towards the enlargement! ⚔️ https://t.co/qzebvJwsik
— Godfall (@PlayGodfall) April 7, 2021
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