Today, in the Trove Producer’s Letter, Senior Producer Ricky White revealed plans for the game’s next big update. Titled Eclipse, this update adds a fair amount of new content to the game. Included in Eclipse will be two new floors for the Shadow Tower, the Trove Atlas — a fully illustrated map that allows players to travel to different biomes, and the new Gem Forging system. Players above level 10 will also gain the ability to unlock another class as a Sub Class.

In addition to the above, the update will update Clubs’ critical functions, increase the mastery cap beyond 300, and introduce an anti-leeching system. A full list of features is available in the letter on the Trove site.

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  1. Joseph on July 25, 2017

    I’d be happier if the game didn’t require you to pay money to do half the fun stuff.

    • Kevin Flemming on July 28, 2017

      Yeah, I played when it was first released for a little bit just to see what it was like and tried again recently (within the past year or so) to find practically everything was behind a pay-wall. Instantly removed it from my Steam library.
      Sad to see what was a fairly-enjoyable game (even for an adult) turn into what it is today.

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