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Babylon’s Fall Development Will Continue As Planned

Babylon’s Fall was one of the games that the public thought would have some success, but the reviews say differently.

Since its launch, the game has gotten bad reviews only, with one saying that “it is the worst game of the year”. The game did not get over 500 active players at a moment, proving that the game is not doing well as we all thought it would. Even though we all thought this would be the end of the game, Square Enix and PlatinumGames say otherwise.

Explaining through a Twitter picture, both companies say that the game will continue with development and that Season 2 is close to the finish line, while Season 3 is already in the works.

“There are no plans to reduce the scale of development on Babylon’s Fall. Content up to the end of Season 2 is now practically complete and we have started work on Season 3 and beyond. We will continue to provide new content for the game and make improvements based on player feedback.” – this is what Babylon’s Fall development team had to say on Twitter.

Many changes were made to the game, including the reduction to enemy health, and promises were made that in the future the game’s graphics would be improved.

What do you think about the game? Do you like it?

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Ivana Kachurova

Fresh out-of-uni writer, with a passion for gaming (a girl that likes games?!) and technology, as the newest addition to the FGR family, she will make sure to keep up with the latest news happening in the gaming community and report to you as fast as she can. Faster than The Flash. As an absolute fan of Shakespeare (the greatest human being, duh) you might find her where the gaming world and the literature world collide. The best of both worlds.

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