Richard Garriott and his development studiowill be taking fantasy RPG Shroud of the Avatar to E3 2015 next week. They'll be setting up at peripheral maker booth at the event.
Those who drop in get hands-on time with the "very latest features" for the RPG, which include player-owned towns, and an astrological system complete with calendar. Portalarium has teamed up with Razer for merch!
A new gamer mouse, the Death Adder Cloak, is being promoted which will support the game's "state and hint system" by changing colours. It will also bear the symbol of "respected citizen Min Liang Tang, who just happens to share the real-life name of Razer's co-founder.
“We are so grateful to our backers who continue to support us and provide source material for the game, like art and music,” said Garriott.
“This is truly a community effort as our backers continue playing Shroud and providing us with valuable feedback each and every month. And with each passing week the game grows closer to what I dreamed it would be, a sandbox fantasy world, not unlike the games I created when I first started as a designer. I invite everyone who remembers those worlds we created to give Shroud of the Avatar a try.”
Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues releases on PC later this year, and is currently available throughwith 25% off right now in the Steam Summer Sale. It's not among the Flash Sales or Daily Deals so it could get a bigger discount - good job now.