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Originally due to launch July 22, the co-op RPG Adventure in Aellion has now been delayed until August 26.

Adventure in Aellion is an open-world fantasy epic combining the game style of classic dungeon adventure games with seamless drop-in, drop-out multiplayer to create a world ripe for exploration.

Speaking about the delay, Game Production Company Director Luke O'Donoghue said: "We're very passionate about the world we're building and, even though we're early in development, we still want our community to have a polished product whenever we put out an update. So now, as we bring the first Early Access build to everyone via Steam, we're making sure the user interface, sky and combat are all updated to be in line with the art direction for the game. We will continue working on polish as our community provides feedback and helps us make the best game we can!"

They also have a new trailer:

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What's planned for it:

  • Explore a vast open world of dungeons, towns and campsites at your own pace.
  • Equip new tools and abilities to unlock new areas and find new ways to solve tricky dungeon puzzles.
  • Seek out the many wild horses across the land to secure your own noble steed. No two are the same, however, so be sure to choose wisely
  • Complete the game solo or with a full adventuring party in the online multiplayer mode

You can follow it on Steam ready for release on August 26.

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