Sandbox MMORPG BitCraft showcases its soundtrack and confirms release window


Community sandbox MMO BitCraft showcases some of its soundtrack on a new trailer.

BitCraft‘s alpha release is scheduled for early 2024, and will be available on Microsoft Windows. No details were given when it comes to console ports, but they seem to be implied for the future.

You can view the announcement and trailer below:

Clockwork Labs, an independent fully remote game development studio, today revealed new details about BitCraft, their cross-platform debut Community Sandbox MMORPG. The game, set for release on PC first, will feature music by Grammy-nominated and 2 times BAFTA-winning composer Austin Wintory and Canadian composer and vocalist Rachel Hardy. A new atmospheric trailer has been released, designed to showcase the stunning music featured in the game.

In BitCraft, players enter the game at the beginning of the Age of Automata, a significant chapter of this majestic world. Players can create their own legend as solo adventurers or work together with others to build a new civilization in a single, editable wilderness with an ancient past. The player’s journey begins in an almost untouched wilderness with mysterious remnants of an earlier civilization. It will be up to the players to cultivate this vast single world and to create prosperous civilizations with gameplay that emphasizes building, hunting, crafting, farming, trading, and exploring.

From uncovering ancient ruins and artifacts to discovering the diverse flora and fauna of the world of BitCraft, to cultivating a sheltered village with friends, or establishing impressive cities, BitCraft offers unparalleled freedom and long-term character progression which enables players to create their own stories and write the new history of this world. Become a farmer, an adventurer, a city builder, a trader, a merchant, or simply forge your own path in BitCraft. The choice is yours.

The game’s alpha release is scheduled to run beginning in early 2024.



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