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Nightingale Now Available in Early Access

Inflexion Games has announced the release of Nightingale in Early Access. Nightingale is a PVE open world survival game which can be played solo or in co-op. Here is more information below…

The Pale has enveloped much of Earth, and you’ve been cast adrift in the Faewilds. You must survive the dangers of these magical and treacherous lands, navigate through the ancient Fae portal network, and discover what it truly means to become a Realmwalker.

 

 

As we enter the start of Early Access, we want to thank everyone for joining us on this journey. Whether you’ve been with us through our earlier playtesting or jumping into the Realms for the first time this week, the enthusiasm, feedback and ideas, and positivity has meant so much to everyone here at Inflexion.

We’re continuing our commitment to making Nightingale a unique and meaningful universe to (Realm)dive into. This community is at the forefront of everything we do, and it’s important to us that we continue that collaboration as we refine and expand Nightingale in the weeks, months and years to come.

 

 

In the coming weeks you’ll see us focus on hotfixes and QOL updates (craft from storage incoming!), and iterating on all aspects of the experience. Beyond that we’ll be adding more biomes, Realm Cards (Major and Minor), creatures, Apex monsters, weapons, tilesets, and so much more.

This moment marks the culmination of years of development, community playtests and hard work from all of us at Inflexion Games. Nightingale is the first project from our studio and we know the bar is high for our players. We are looking forward to seeing you all in the Realms.

Nightingale is OUT NOW in Early Access on Steam and the Epic Games Store.

Thank you so much for your support,

– The Nightingale Team (Inflexion Games)

Source: Nightingale.com

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