Nightingale Developer Video Tells Future Players What They Can Expect From Launch Year

The devs are happy with the amount of content they’ll have, but want to make things “more cohesive”.

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Nightingale Dev Video

Gamers who have been waiting for the launch of Inflexion Games’ survival-crafting game Nightingale know that 2023 is the year. Of course, launch day isn’t here yet. Before that happens the developers have some more work to do. We’re not talking about adding new content though. According to the first developer update of the year, the team is happy with the amount of content. What they’re concerned about now is paying attention to player feedback received during testing and making sure everything works well together, as well as making sure they’ve built a solid foundation for the game to grow on.

To do this, they skipped testing in January and February in order to give the devs more time to work on things. Things currently being addressed involve player immersion, introducing new tile types for the blueprint system, improving the feel of gathering, and more. The video goes on to address dedicated servers as well. Players who have been asking will be happy to know that there will be official dedicated servers at Early Access. They will, however, not have support for private servers or mods at launch. But, a lot of the things players want to do with mods, like adjusting the difficulty level of the server, can be done naturally using the game’s systems.

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In this article: Nightingale, Inflexion Games.

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QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor

QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various gaming sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

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