Eldevin: free MMO passes Steam Greenlight voting, new expansion in the works

By Dave Cook, Friday, 2 May 2014 11:03 GMT

Eldevin is the free MMORPG out of Scotland that’s just been certified on Steam Greenlight. It’s coming to Valve’s marketplace later this year.

Developer Hunted Cow Studios confirmed that the game has been approved, and follows in the footsteps of its award winning browser edition.

Eldevin features hundreds of hours worth of content, giving players 14 crafting professions and six character classes, Templar, Warrior, Assassin, Ranger, Mage, and Prophet. Class skills can be mixed and matched to make custom character types across solo, co-op, PvP game types, along with Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and Domination.

Recently, Eldevin expanded with its ‘A Tale of Sands and Shards’ update, which added some 200 quests, two new dungeons, over ten new item sets, new realms, over 50 new crafting recipes, and an increased level cap of 45.

A second expansion is on the way. We’ll have more as it drops.

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