Another month has come and gone and that means another update for Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant. This month’s update is a little shorter, but the team did provide some images. The team also talked about how they are refactoring the code and different outfits that were part of the Kickstarter’s stretch goals. So let’s get right into it.
Redesigns and Refactoring Code
Even though this November update isn’t a big one for Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant, the team still had some to say. This is what they had to say about refactoring code and redesigns in the game:
“We are still busy with the refactoring of the code that controls the game’s entities, which is going well, but taking a bit more time than we expected. In the meantime, we are also redesigning the HUD of the game, so it looks better and has more animations and all that (it was a bit too static). There is a lot of information to show on screen, we had to design carefully with lots of “floating” messages and parts that hide themselves when they are not needed so they don’t eat much of the screen. Here you can see a comparison of the first HUD we had (top), the new one, and how it looks when EVERYTHING is being displayed at once (that shouldn’t happen a lot though.)”
One of the stretch goals for Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant had to do with different outfits. So the team has provided some images of these and had this to say:
“We’ve also been working on the alternate outfits that were result of the “Social Stretch Goals” of this campaign, see Kara with Sanzo’s outfit!”
“With this one, we have the 3 “classic outfits”, based on the original game. Remember that these outfits will be free DLCs for all backers.”
“Lastly, this past week we were at Paris Game Connection having meetings with some publishers and investors. We were pitching the game to them. We have a good feeling about some of these meetings and hope a deal comes to fruition”
I know this one is a shorter update. We know the team is busy as we begin to head into different holidays. I am happy with the information the team has provided this far for Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant. It seems like each month the team provides more images for fans. They do enjoy dropping plenty of teases and info for everyone. You will be able to play this game on all platforms once it is released.