Mortal Online 2 wraps up its first year of life, teasing territory control and siege systems

Star Vault has since celebrated a year Mortal Online 2 Steam launch (yes, early 2022 was pretty crazy for MMO launches). “If you’ve followed the game since launch, you know the past year has been a rocky road, but we’re very pleased with the massive progress we’ve made since then,” the team writes on its new dev blog.

Most of this blog is indeed a recap of the game’s development over the last year, totaling over 11 “big patches”, but players may want to scroll to the end for a glimpse of what’s to come:

“Our next big milestone is the release of the Territory Control and Siege systems, which we weren’t able to focus on at launch. As we have addressed server capacity issues and now support huge battles on a scale never before seen in a game like this, we are extremely excited to deliver these systems that we know many of you are yearning for have been waiting for. We can’t wait for you to get your hands on it and start claiming lands of Myrland for your own. After that we have the final step on our current roadmap which includes the transition to Unreal Engine 5 along with the release on the Epic Games Store as we ramp up the marketing efforts paused since launch and invite everyone to come and see how far Mortal Online 2 came.”

Mortal online 2 is currently on sale for 25% off on Steam (so around $30); The press release reminds us that the game has yet to activate its planned monthly subscription.

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