In the world, the new monster-collecting multiplayer survival game, has sold more than 7 million copies in just five days, and now the developers behind it are sharing a roadmap for what's to come. Many called it “Pokemon with guns” In the world It is set to have player versus player (PvP) battles, raid bosses, a PvP arena mode, and Steam/Xbox crossplay support.
The Pocket Pair developer revealed planned future updates in a file Share on X (formerly Twitter) today with no time frame for when they will arrive. In the world You also get “various Xbox feature improvements,” along with server transfers and migrations, improvements to the game's building system, and new islands, friends, bosses, and technology.
But Pocket Pair is focused on addressing some early critical issues before all these future updates. “Sales have far exceeded the development team's expectations, and we are currently experiencing several issues due to excessive traffic congestion, among other challenges,” says Pocket Pair. “We will prioritize improving this issue first, and then move on to implementing new in-game features.”
In the world It's still in Early Access on Xbox and Steam, but with millions playing daily, the Pocket Pair team has identified “several bugs” and is working to prioritize fixing them. This includes addressing loading screen issues and the global history facing rollbacks. Improved Pal AI system, track improvements, and “key configuration” are also planned.
There is no mention of official modification support for In the world, althoug. That could be a blessing in disguise, after Nintendo released a takedown of a video showing off an interchangeable model In the world Friends to Pokemon earlier this week.
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