Shroud of the Avatar, a game that aims to be a spiritual successor to the old school MMO Ultima Online has officially switched to a free-to-play business model. Almost all gameplay restrictions have been removed from free-to-play players so the free content has been greatly expanded. This includes trading freely with others, owning land and experiencing the full story of the game.
Shroud of the Avatar has announced that as a result of fast progress, a version of the player-made dungeons feature is expected to be added to the game as soon as Q4 2018. Starting example dungeons, complete with loots and monsters, will be used in the game until the player-made dungeons feature finally goes live.
Player-made dungeons will be customizable and expandable. They will also have craftable rooms and/or Add On Store rooms.
Shroud of the Avatar, the crowdfunded MMORPG made by developers who worked on classic MMOs such as Ultima Online is now finally launching on March 27, 2018. The game was already considered by many to be at a soft-launch for some time and was seen by many as the spiritual successor to Ultima Online.