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Raven's Cry, The Open-world Action RPG Has A New Release Date

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Raven's Cry, the pirate-themed open-world action RPG from TopWare Interactive and Reality Pump has a new release date. It will be released on November 27, 2014.

The Linux Version will released on the same day like the Windows or Mac version.

From their website:
QuoteAhoy! The winds were on our side for a good bit there, but alas, we've hit some rough seas, and it looks like Raven's Cry will be arriving in port a bit late. We need more time to scrub the decks and get the guns in working order. We could have just sped through these treacherous waters — land was right over the horizon! But no captain worth his salt would put his ship on such a perilous course; after all, we’re beholden to our loyal fans and our extraordinary community to deliver an exciting and perfect pirate adventure.

All the recordings have been made, all features are on board, but no sailor feels safe when his ship is listing. So, to make sure we can count on smooth sailing form here on out, Raven's Cry will now be released on November 27, 2014 for PC and Mac, the retail and console versions will be out in the first quarter of 2015. But there’s some good news as well! We recently picked up a coded message in a bottle informing us that our pirate epic will be coming out on November 27, on Linux and SteamOS, too.

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GoCorinthians 14 Oct, 2014
Steam dayONE. Not every day we got a RPG in linux! lmao!
Skully 14 Oct, 2014
Looks great. I will get my money ready!
chetlemon 14 Oct, 2014
Hopefully it's as good as it looks.
Beamboom 14 Oct, 2014
I'll most definitely wait for the reviews. This just looks too ambitious for a small developer to handle. I've been burnt on ambitious RPGs from small devs before (Legends Of Aethereus, I am looking at you).
yulian 14 Oct, 2014
Incorporates 3rd-party DRM: Reality Pump

Will wait for that to be removed or a gog version.
killx_den 14 Oct, 2014
Quoting: yulianIncorporates 3rd-party DRM: Reality Pump

That is what worries me too. I think I ll wait for gog too. The dev said the activation limit was removed, but didn't really say what was left of the drm.

Doesn't look so good imo :/
camoceltic 14 Oct, 2014
I don't know why, but the game looks a little like it would be somewhat like Mount and Blade: Warband in that you're not the world's most powerful demigod, but rather a person who just happens to have an affinity for progressing from complete peasant to someday becoming the most powerful demigod who also rules an entire kingdom. Granted, I never got far in M&B because every time I got past a certain point I'd end up getting captured 4 times in a row, lose everything, and have to start almost entirely over again, but that's something I like about that kind of game. It's a lot more immersive to go from zero to hero over the course of the game than to Skyrim it up and go from zero to hero in about the time it takes to make a few sandwiches.

I'm kind of looking forward to this game because of it, but I have a strict "Don't pay money for a product you know basically nothing about" rule, especially after the port for The Witcher 2 effectively pimp-slapped me for having the audacity to want to use my AMD video card, something it still does. Until I can be certain the port isn't complete and utter crap, I'm going to have to hold off on it.
stan 14 Oct, 2014
Like others, I don’t like the DRM. Won’t buy it.
n30p1r4t3 14 Oct, 2014
Will probably be buying if reviews are good enough. I love pirates.
Guest 14 Oct, 2014
Quoting: BeamboomI'll most definitely wait for the reviews. This just looks too ambitious for a small developer to handle. I've been burnt on ambitious RPGs from small devs before (Legends Of Aethereus, I am looking at you).

Agreed; it looks promising, but so did LoA.
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