Developer Platinum Games and publisher Square Enix share that despite Babylon’s Fall failing to launch with a bang, they have no plans to scale back on development.
Babylon’s Fall Devs Will Not “Reduce the Scale of Development” Despite Slow Start
Babylon’s Fall the latest online co-op RPG title from Platinum Games had a rather quiet launch, but despite its humble beginnings developer Platinum Games aren’t going to slow down on its development.
In a statement released by the developer, Platinum explained there “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.”
Today, we revealed new information about version 1.1.0, the NieR:Automata collaboration event and the future of BABYLON’S FALL development.
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— BABYLON’S FALL (@BabylonsFall_EN) March 18, 2022
The developer has already outlined a slew of content following Babylon’s Fall’s launch which included a free The Eternal Ziggurat Battle Pass covering a new game mode Duels, an upcoming large-scale update, a limited-time event crossover with NieR Automata taking place at the end of the month, and additional story update called Resurgence happening in April.
In a recent livestream, the devs revealed a new chapter, map, faction and weapon type heading to the large-scale update on March 22nd this week. A new game mode called Gaunlet plus more.
The slow start hasn’t seemed to deter the development team, as they strive “to continue to provide new content for the game and make improvements based on player feedback…” The launch was quite close to the arrival of Elden Ring and other major title launches this month such as Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.
While the roadmap of content seems pretty solid, with a lot happening over the next couple of months, will be enough to entice new players to pick up the game is too soon to tell. The crossover event with NieR Automata might sway some 2B fans to pick it up since we probably won’t be getting any more Nier.
In case you’re curious about Babylon’s Fall be sure to check out our Babylon’s Fall First Impression and head to our Babylon’s Fall wiki for all the latest info. A demo is also available on Playstation. Babylon’s Fall is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC
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