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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Depths of Peril
Soldak’s action RPG Depths of Peril is now available for Linux. As the protector of the city of Jorvik, players must set out into the dangerous countryside to secure the town. Players must compete against other leaders for rule of the city by completing quests that will have them battling dangerous monsters and seeking out infamous villains. Faction leaders will help or get in the way of the player’s progress as their relationships evolve throughout the campaign.
Soldak’s got a hearty pat on the back and a new patch for their resilient action-RPG Depths of Peril. Patch 1.018, now available at the official site’s patch section, fixes a crash when trying to access invalid resources. For those who haven’t updated recently, 1.017 fixed a cursor/selection issue while 1.016 tackled a myriad of problems and even added a few features—advanced shadow options added, saving is now safer, nearby gold is now collected automatically, etc.
Soldak is shaking things up in the Depths of Peril world with a new beta patch and price. Along with the beta 1.016 patch, which includes “some major graphics changes” in addition to over a dozen other tweaks (vendor exploit fixed, new advanced shadow options, safer saving, etc.), players can now get in on the action for a reduced price of $14.99.