After a decade-long development process, Camelot Unchained’s progress continues to move at a snail’s pace. The latest update from City State Entertainment (CSE), titled “Life in the Craft Lane,” introduces changes to the game’s crafting system and movement, along with bug fixes and other improvements. While the update brings some new features, it also highlights the project’s slow and steady approach to development, leaving fans waiting for the long-promised finished product.
The crafting update includes changes to how items work in Camelot Unchained, simplifying substances and altering alloys to make them heavier and require more substances for creation. Furthermore, the update introduces new interactions with usable items and entities, aiming to provide a cleaner user experience. However, these alterations and additions to the crafting system are merely a drop in the ocean for a game that has been in development for ten years.
Other improvements in the update include bug fixes, movement updates, and audio enhancements, but again, these are just incremental changes that do little to push the game closer to completion. While it’s essential to address bugs and improve gameplay, fans are becoming increasingly impatient as they wait for more substantial progress.