Role-Playing Games (or RPGs) are games in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Players take responsibility for acting out these roles within a narrative, either through literal acting, or through a process of structured decision-making or character development.
Here’s what’s new.
Most notable in this update is the addition of two brand-new “high level” swords, alongside new stronger “high level” armours. Both of these additions should ultimately act as valuable assets which you can take with you on your journey, as you navigate the game’s richly-detailed world.
In addition, players will now find that the game includes a further menu in which they can customise the “action button” placement. This is great if you’re one of those players who likes to be able to reposition controls to just where you want them. On top of this, there’s now also options to; invert the Y Axis, double-tap to perform a “run” motion with your on-screen character, and increase the ‘sensitivity’ of swipe actions required throughout some parts of the game.
If that wasn’t enough, Ravensword: Shadowlands 1.1 also increases the space needed to swipe and perform a “look up” action, adds a detailed map for the “Ice Cave,” and fixes in-game shadowing on Apple’s iPad 4.
Other Fixes/Additions In This Version
- Added Loot/Dialog button
- Fix North Aven crash when accepting certain side quests
- Game Center Achievement Reputation fixes
- Frame rate improvements for certain areas
- Collider fixes in various areas
- AI improvements for Ul’ Thok
- Floating armor fix
- Stat fixes
- Stability fixes
- Spelling fixes
Supporting iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, universally, the latest version of Ravensword: Shadowlands is available on the iTunes App Store today, for $6.99.
This update is (of course) FREE to existing players.