Core Keeper finally has a dedicated server > NAG

In March, I wrote about the early access launch of Core Keeper, a mix between top-down gameplay reminiscent of Stardew Valley and protracted co-op multiplayer options you’d discover in Valheim or Terraria. It’s a implausible little sport, however till not too long ago was held again by one vital difficulty: no non-public dedicated servers. As a end result, you would solely be a part of a sport when the host was on-line, which actually dampened the probabilities for a little drop-in gameplay. I even famous as a lot in my unique put up: Core Keeper could possibly be the subsequent Valheim if it had dedicated non-public servers.

Well, time to place my prediction to the check. This week, the Core Keeper devs launched dedicated server software program for the sport. This Steam post explains more, however you could find it beneath the ‘instruments’ part of your Steam shopper.

They additionally took the chance to disclose a main content material replace, The Sunken Sea, set to reach in June, including further areas, ore varieties, enemies and constructing choices plus extra:

  • New sub-biome
  • New titan boss
  • 4 new enemies
  • New sort of ore
  • New gear and weapons
  • New legendary weapon
  • New fish
  • New vegetation
  • New meals
  • Teleporters
  • Boats
  • New base-building gadgets
  • Sprinklers
  • New tier to the jewelry bench
  • New valuables
  • Map markers

The put up additionally hints at different surprises. Keep a watch out subsequent month for when the replace drops.

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