Fulfill Your Medieval Fantasies in Life is Feudal

BitBox’s Life is Feudal has been available on Steam Early Access since September of this year, and the medieval sandbox simulator hasn’t shown any signs of stopping.

The game has broken 65,000 units sold via the Early Access platform, and for good reason. The world that players are thrown into is roughly a staggering 3x3km sandbox in which you can live out a vast array of medieval fantasies.

Featured above, the promotional trailer for Life is Feudal does a pretty damn good job of giving you a quick and dirty explanation of the game.

You can take to building a small farmer’s cottage, and simply eke out a living tilling the fields and providing the daily bread to the locals. Or, you can don some chainmail and go out pillaging the nearest fort.

There really seems to be a limitless number of options already put into place with Life is Feudal, but for now you can peruse the game’s Early Access page, here.

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  1. Siveon
    October 5, 2014 at 2:41 am

    Very interesting, and most importantly, very Mount & Blade-like.

    I can’t help but think it’s going to get overshadowed as all hell by Mount & Blade 2, though. Steep competition, I’d say.

  2. Carl B.
    Carl B.
    October 5, 2014 at 7:37 pm

    I was about to get it until I heard that it is basically forced PvP. If you opt to play it offline to avoid the rampant PvP, then you have to deal with the fact that it’s an empty shell with nobody in it, even NPCs.

    That really turned me off.