City of Brass Gets Its First Major Update Including New Features

After arriving in its Early Access phase, City of Brass seems to holds quite some interesting features for its community. Therefore, the first Major update has been launched, which brings quite a lot of new features, including new traps, relics, enemies and more.

“Enter The Catacombs” is the title of the biggest ever City of Brass update, which means a new environment, the Catacombs is added. The moment player enters within, he’ll find out the new types of enemies added to City of Brass. Uppercut Games has been trying to develop a more thrilling player experience, and the Catacombs replaces levels 6-9. Furthermore, Uppercut Games have decided to add new relics to City of Brass.

Unstable Salitar, Hazardous Gladiator and a mystical new Gatekeeper is added to defeat in level 3. We have mentioned the new relics which can be found in chests and also bought from Genies. Players can find and also buy the Charm of Fortune, Coun of Soldiering, Gauntlet of Thrusting, Tongue of Silver and Pads of Silence.

Despite the gameplay changes, there will be some core changes as well. The game will bring a lot of UI tweaks and changes as well as difficulty adjustments. It is what was promised in the v0.2 update, and Uppercut Games seems to develop their promise accordingly. Knowing the game is in Early Access, players have been reporting new bug issues over the past period, and some of them have been removed. Community bug fixes are always much appreciated by any developer and it’s always good to witness a warm response.

Players finally have a reason to lash and slash, bait and trap in City of Brass and also support the development team on their way through the Early Access phase.

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