Life is Feudal: MMO, a Hardcore Sandbox RPG and MMORPG, are both set in a Realistic Medieval fictional world. So what exactly does this mean?
Full loot, free PvP, assets destruction during sieges and raids, complex crafting and no target combat systems. These are just some of features that makes our game rather hardcore then casual "theme park" MMORPG.
Sandbox means that our goal is to design a virtual world, with its own set of mechanics and rules, which will let players do anything that their imagination desires within our world. Just like a real sandbox; with some sand, tools and your hands, you can do whatever you put your mind to – dig tunnels, shovel moats, build castles and raise hills.
These are the exact same things you will be able to do in our game: you can shape terrain in any way you like, such as raise ground, lower ground, flatten it for further building placements, dig tunnels, even find ore veins and mine them. You can build whole underground cities, as you are not limited with width or height of your tunnels. You can make a huge pyramid with your friends and dig a maze inside of it just for fun. Only limitation is your imagination! Please watch our pre-alpha videos to get a look at these aspects of the game in more detail.
This means that we are inspired by the medieval ages (since fall of Rome till gunpowder in Europe) and representing this time period with as much realism as possible, this is our focus as we approach every aspect of our game building process. However on the other hand, story, race archetypes, some equipment and items are fictional. Religion is more powerful in our world, allowing some localized wonders to appear or giving powers to players to recall back home or protect their divine private property from vandals. So it’s neither a historical simulation game with 100% authenticity, nor we will have elves or orcs in game. It is a hybrid of the two, leaning more towards realism.
Currently MMO is in closed beta stage. This means that we have a lot of different functionality done, but we still have a lot of work to do.