Mounts Are Coming To Shroud Of The Avatar And The Devs Want Your Opinions
Shroud of the Avatar is finally getting mounts. Well, they're getting them at some point anyway. This past weekend, Catnip Games teased the new feature asking players for some opinions on how they should work. For instance, they'd like to know whether or not players should be able to ride mounts through doors.
The announcement (query) was posted in a tweet on the Catnip Games account, along with a short video. Apparently not everyone at the studio really wanted the video put out there, but it's there now.
What do you guys think? If you're on a mount, should you just not be able to get through door ways or under low branches or should it auto dismount you? Auto dismount might be more convenient in some cases but removes the direct control from the player. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/eGaa0ANVZH
— Catnip Games (@catnipgames) August 23, 2020
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