Gamers who are part of Might & Magic X – Legacy’s Early Access program on Steam will be able to craft their own adventure today with the launch of the official Modding Kit. The included tools, which are part of the game’s second update, allow players to craft maps and mods as well as share their work and access other user-created content. A Maps & Mods tab will be added to the Open Development Blog later this year. An important note is that mapping and modding require Unity Pro, a popular software suite that is known for being beginner friendly and has a free 30-day trial but—and this is a big “but”—thereafter costs a hefty $1,500.
As part of the Open Development process, this new update adds other user-requested features, such as the ability to create custom map notes. Some of the other changes include the addition of liquid barrels and buff statues, the removal of overlapping interface elements, the addition of passive abilities to the Spell Book, and over 150 bug fixes. The full list of what the second updated added and tweaked can be found here. The official modding tutorial is available below.
Might & Magic X – Legacy is currently in production and available for PC through Steam’s Early Access program.
Might & Magic X – Legacy is an authentic solo experience in the classic first-person RPG genre, with a turn-based gameplay system. By creating and leading a group of adventurers in and around the exciting city of Karthal, by battling powerful mythical creatures while collecting ancient magical treasures, players will determine the fate of the Agyn Peninsula.
Official Site: MightandMagicX-Legacy.Ubi.com – Open Dev Blog