Tabula Rasa to get FPS view

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 3 November 2008 18:29 GMT

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According to this Tabula Rasa dev update, the MMO is going to get an FPS view.

It doesn’t say when the feature’s going to be added, but there are some screens there to prove it’s real. Astonishing. Take a look.

Thanks, MaxConsole.

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