Endless Legend Summary
Amplitude's sci-fi fantasy empire builder certainly has the look, but does it have the goods to back that up?.
Indie developer Amplitude Studios has seen their Endless series of games rocket past 1.2 million sales, as it enjoyed the top spot during Steam's Autumn Sale. Endless Legend led Black Friday sales.
The French studio was founded over two-and-a-half years ago. The co-operative Dungeon of the Endless performed as well, which is the only non-4X title in the Endless series.
Amplitude Studios has been hard at work cooking up a heady brew of new content for its two flagship 4X games, the fantasy-flavoured Endless Legend and the sci-fi Endless Space.
Legends add-onadds a new community-chosen minor faction, the 'Eyeless One', plus 10 new side-quests and some other enhancements, while Endless Space's adds eight new exploration random events, 24 colonization random Events, a new Vaulters introduction and more.
It's coming up to Halloween, so as expected we're being inundated with a bunch of horror-themed seasonal events - for fantasy 4X game Endless Legend, that means a mini add-on called Shades of Alteration.
In addition to a Halloween-inspired quest called 'A Tale from the Dark Season', which offers spooky rewards to players who complete it, the add-on also comes with some free modding tools.
Amplitude's fantasy 4X title Endless Legend has finally moved out of Early Access this week, and that means the last of the game's oddball factions has been added.
The Cultists of the Eternal End are an interesting anomaly, a faction designed by the fans rather than the developers as part of Amplitude's ''. Here's a giving a brief insight into their motivations.
Get those 'End Turn' snacks ready as Iceberg Interactive and Amplitude Studios are letting the final release hordes get hold of fantasy 4X Endless Legends today on Steam.
An actual retail release is due tomorrow in Europe. Celebrating this momentous day is the reveal of the 8th and final faction: The Cultists of the Eternal End. That's the gamers, no?