Age of Wonders III Summary
May not contain actual wonders.
Halfling-heavy Age of Wonders 3 DLC pack Golden Realms has only just hit the shelves, but developer Triumph Studios is already planning the contents of its next expansion.
Aon the game's website reveals the addition of the Necromancer class, which suggests that undead, who were missing from the core game, will be making a reappearance.
Triumph Studios' turn-based fantasy title Age of Wonders 3 is getting its first on September 18.
Called Golden Realms, the new DLC will add a new playable race, story campaign, several new scenarios, fifty new magical artifacts and a couple of new specialisations, amongst other treats.
Triumph Studios, developers of the recently released Age of Wonders III,released the first patch for their fantasy strategy game today, and announced plans for continued support and fan interaction.
Age of Wonders III is now out taking turns conquering desktops, but not everyone can have their thirst for empire quenched by official campaigns and scenarios. Luckily a "powerful Editor" shipped with the game.
Triumph have released a 13-and-a-half minute long 'Lets Edit' video where they explain how easy it is to create your own maps, campaigns etc. using the same tools as the dev team.
Triumph Studios will be releasing the first patch/update for the just-released Age of Wonders III "in the coming days", and they outline what'll most likely be in it. Higher resolutions for one with boxes and blurriness gone.
The team will adjust AI difficulty, and will introduce a quick save option - a must for any PC game. Triumph promises they've "many other updates and fixes" brewing in their alchemy lab.