Brisbane’s Flow Studio has released the roadmap for its open-world survival game Len’s Island, which reveals what players can expect over the coming months in the lead-up to its full launch in July 2024.
Studio co-founder Julian Ball has detailed what players will get from each of the next four major updates on a blog post on the game’s official site and is worth a read if you want an in-depth look at what the studio is planning for the future of Len’s Island.
The first update, titled Harvest Moon, will land in November and additions include four new resource mining outposts: small and large lumber mills, a mining quarry, and a metal refinery, as well as three new islands, new defensive towers, portals, town advancement system, building updates and the introduction of rabbits. Perhaps the most exciting inclusion is the Harvest Moon event, which takes place every 7–10 in-game days and will allow players to gain abundant resources during a short amount of time.
The second update, Languages, is scheduled to hit in December and will see new cave content, buildable items and the introduction of sheep, as well as new playable languages and Steam Deck support.
In March 2024, Len’s Island will get the Frozen Lands update, which adds a new arctic world to the map that introduces new content such as bosses, weapons and buildable items.
Then, once July 2024 comes around Len’s Island will be ready to say goodbye to Early Access and hello to version 1.0. For now, Flow Studio is confirming that the game’s full release will see the much-desired co-op multiplayer mode and hardcore mode become available.
Of course, all of this comes with the caveat that the roadmap could change depending on the development process. Regardless, it’s an exciting time to be a Len’s Island player.
Just recently, Len’s Island launched the Cursed Underworlds update, which adds a new underground procedural cave system, weapon enchanting, armour, an overhauled skill tree, new survival mechanics, a peaceful game mode, and more.
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