Boundless Exits Early Access after Four Years and It Looks Very Promising

Boundless

We are pleased to announce that Boundless, a freeform massive multiplayer online game from Wonderstruck, has finally left the early access phase. There are three things that you should know about this new MMO release. First, it was developed by an experienced team. Wonderstruck gathered members who previously worked in Hello Games, Lionhead, and EA, which means that we are talking about a team with a lot of experience. In fact, they are bold in their announcements claiming that Boundless is merely a beginning and that we should expect “cool things” from them.

Up until now, we had to be very patient, at least when it comes to this game. Boundless spent no less than four years in early access as the developers carefully listened to the feedback of the community in an effort to make a great game. And, finally, if this game looks familiar, you might know it under its former name Oort Online. It seems that the developers decided to rebrand the release to secure that it gets a fresh start with the full version.

What Is Boundless About?

Ever since Minecraft had such a huge success, many studios decided to build upon the premise and offer a similar game, but different and innovative enough to get the players interested. When it comes to Boundless, it is a massive multiplayer online game that has better graphics than Minecraft (and I am not just saying that because I don’t like blocks). However, some things are the same as in the popular game.

Boundless Early Access

That means you will have the task of collecting resources and crafting various items, as well as building different structures. There is plenty to do in Boundless and you will surely discover a role that you love, such as master builder, nomad, raider, or a hunter. In fact, you can be pretty much anything and it is up to you to choose.

The game is currently only available in English and you can purchase it on Steam for $39.99. If you would like to purchase a Deluxe Edition with plenty of additional content, you will have to pay an additional $24.99. Alternatively, you can buy a bundle of both and save several dollars since the joint deal is available for $59.78.

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