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Core Keeper is getting pets and a creative mode on May 10th

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The upcoming "Paws & Claws" update for Core Keeper sounds wonderful, adding in two major features with pets and a creative mode.

Releasing on May 10th it will have an entirely new Meadow biome featuring cattle, animal companions you can hatch and lots of new game mechanics. There's also going to be new decorative items too like glass that could be useful. Adding a creative mode sounds good too, for those that prefer things a bit more peaceful. This creative mode also has a god mode, allowing you to move much more freely including through objects.

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Pricing of the game is also going to change on May 29th with prices going up, however it's also on a 20% discount from the currently lower price now until May 22nd. As for the rising price they shared these as an example of what to expect:

  • Updated Price in GBP = £12.99
  • Updated Price in USD = $15.99
  • Updated Price in Euros = €15,99
  • Updated Price in CNY = ¥62 RMB
  • Updated Price in JPY = ¥1,800
  • Updated Price in KRW = ₩17,500
  • Updated Price in THB = ฿330

From the press release:

“The Paws & Claws Update has been the most fun update to work on yet, and we can’t wait for players to discover all the adorable animals we have coming to Core Keeper next month,” said Fredrik Präntare, Chief Executive Officer & Creative Director at Pugstorm. “The pets add a whole new dimension to the experience, and when combined with highly-requested features like buckets and rotational objects, we really hope fans love what we have in store for them with this next update.”

Core Keeper is available to buy from Humble Store and Steam. The game has Native Linux support and it is Steam Deck Verified.

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ShabbyX Apr 26, 2023
Core Keeper was really fun to play with my wife, but honestly the last two biomes (sea, desert) were a bore. Just vast areas of nothingness (water, sand) to make the biome huge for no reason. The jungle one is of the same size as those, but somehow felt more "filled".
Jarmer Apr 27, 2023
This is one of those I've been waiting to leave EA to play, but it seems it's ALSO one of those that might be forever in EA. They don't even have an estimated release date on the store page lol. Might just have to try it out on the Deck.
14 Apr 28, 2023
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I haven't given it a fair shake. I played one session by myself once. I didn't figure out what I was supposed to do or the point of anything. I guess it's a game I have to read or watch a guide first. :(
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