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Want to try what could potential end up as the next big thing? Elteria Adventures is an upcoming creative online sandbox adventure game and they're accepting testers on Steam through the Playtest feature.

"Elteria Adventures is a creative online sandbox adventure. Build impressive architectural structures. Explore a vast, fantastic and beautiful world of skybound islands. Reshape or destroy anything you encounter. Play solo, or call over your friends. Adventures await!"

It's recently had a huge world overhaul, and it's actually looking mighty fine now. Check it out below:

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Featuring cross-platform online play, along with Linux support, there's no date set yet for when it will launch properly but this is the next major step for it. With a style that resembles a mix between Fortnite and Minecraft, I personally think this could end up finding quite an audience and they're being very careful to take their sweet time with it, to ensure when it does actually release that fun is the main factor.

To enter the Playtest, simply hit the button on Steam when logged in:

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hardpenguin 10 Jun
Have you played it though?
wytrabbit 10 Jun
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Quoting: hardpenguinHave you played it though?

I played it last year because there are so few 3D MMORPGs with native Linux support. Works great, no crashes or framerate drops, and the game loaded pretty quickly. Back then they just needed some more content and IIRC some flavor text or item descriptions still needed to be translated into English. Overall I was pretty happy with their progress and felt excited for future developments.

Have you played it too?
DebianUser 10 Jun
OMG MineCraft with OverSized Blizzard-like gear ! xD
I'm in (Only 2GB!), thanks !


Last edited by DebianUser on 10 June 2021 at 2:42 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 10 Jun
Quoting: hardpenguinHave you played it though?
Yes, we were invited into it very early and it's worked fine the whole time.
hardpenguin 10 Jun
Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: hardpenguin(...)
Yes, we were invited into it very early and it's worked fine the whole time.

So I take that you did not particularly liked it as there was no positive feedback from you in the article :P
hardpenguin 10 Jun
Quoting: wytrabbit(...)
Have you played it too?
No, I was just curious about your personal opinions
Liam Dawe 10 Jun
Quoting: hardpenguinSo I take that you did not particularly liked it as there was no positive feedback from you in the article :P
I have not put enough time into it to form a proper decision really, or had others to play with to get a better feel for what the experience will be like when it's more open, which it is now.
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