The Next Villagers And Heroes Expansion Will Boast A 7-Part Story
A new expansion is on the way for Mad Otter Games's Villagers & Heroes, complete with a new seven-part story that the developers have decided to tease with a "chapter book" featuring the twin sisters Riona and Penn.
The story will set the stage for the full announcement of the upcoming expansion, as it releases over a period of seven weeks. Once the chapter book is completed, Mad Otter Games will reveal the expansion, and offer players information on any game changes they can expect.
Players will be able to find the first chapter of the story on the game's official site. (Note that right now certain areas of the site are down, so you'll probably want to wait a bit to look for it.)
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