Curious Panda revealed a new Kickstarter on the upcoming RPG The Iron Oath. The game is nearly at its initial funding goal of $45,000. The campaign has raised close to $42,000 with eight days left to go, making the campaign 95 percent funded. The update this week revealed new details on the game’s customization options.
In The Iron Oath, gamers will be able to rename their characters at any time in the overworld. The exceptions to this rule will be when recruits are part of a noble House, or their backstory might require a name that’s locked into the game for the sake of continuity. for the story.
Players can also customize their gear, which can be purchased from city vendors or traveling merchants. Gear can also be found and looted from chests, corpses, and enemies. Gear is rewarded for completing missions as well. Each character in the game has six equipment slots that can be filled. Certain items are specific to a character class. Other items can be shared across multiple classes as well.
The six equipment slots are divided into the following categories: Armor; Main Hand; Off Hand/Accessory; Amulet; Ring; and Artifact. Amulets in the game are free of class restrictions, along with Rings. As a result, they can be equipped to any character class in the game.
Additionally, Curious Panda revealed that the game will not have any level restrictions for the gear. So, any recruit can use a new Legendary item found in the game world, unless it has class restrictions. Other customization options that could make it into the game if it meets the social goals are Skins, Races, Hairstyles (Helmets), and Gender.
The Iron Oath is still in development, and you can learn more about the game at its Kickstarter page at the above link.