The Exiled is a PvP-centric MMORPG set in an open world battle arena where players combat each for supremacy. Join with your friends or fight alone, with abilities that require skill to use successfully.
|Publisher: Fairytale Distillery
Type: PvP MMO
Release Date: Feb 23, 2017 (Early Access)
PvP: Open Persistent World PvP
Pros: +Dozens of skillshot abilities. +Evolving worlds. +Clan warfare. +No set classes.
Cons: -Laggy movement. -Confusing new player experience. -Not enough content. -Empty servers.
The Exiled Overview
The Exiled is a PvP sandbox MMO set in a open-world battle arena. Take to the wastelands of a sprawling desert and secure victory by eliminating other players. Fight for control of resources, camps, and settlements, with a battle system typical to MOBAs. Players are in complete control of their abilities and must aim each attack to make contact with enemy flesh, creating a high demand for skill in an intense combat environment. Aiming and dodging better than your opponent is the only way to survive. Friendly fire is on, so be careful not to aim attacks in the direction of allies. If you die you drop all of your loot, so value your life. Other players aren’t the only threat. Various mobs inhabit the desert and challenge players for domination. And bosses require formidable strength to tackle. The world is full of danger, filled with vegetation that can hide ambushing enemies and thanks to limited line of sight you’ll have to be wary that no enemy sneaks up behind you. Worlds will eventually come to an end, and new worlds will be born featuring distinct geography and resource locations. And various servers allow for worlds with unique rulesets.
The Exiled Key Features:
- Skill-base Combat - every ability is a skillshot, and can damage friendly players as well.
- Clan Warfare - partner up with friends and fight other groups of players for supremacy.
- World Cycling - game worlds will end after a designated amount of time, transitioning to new worlds featuring new geography and layout.
- Multiple Rulesets - various servers will have distinct rulesets to appeal to players seeking distinct experiences.
- Settlement Capture - control areas of the map and transform them into settlements, by taking them or stealing them from other players.
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The Exiled System Requirements
Operating System: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1
CPU: Pentium 4 3.46GHz or Athlon 64 4000+
RAM: 2 GB RAM
Video Card: GeForce GT 120 or Radeon HD 2600 XT
Hard Disk Space: 500 MB available space
Operating System: Windows XP SP3 / 7 / 8 / 8.1
CPU: Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0GHz or Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+
RAM: 2 GB RAM or more
Video Card: GeForce GT 340 or Radeon X1900 GT
Hard Disk Space: 500 MB or more available space
The Exiled is also compatible with Mac OS X and Linux operating systems.
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The Exiled Additional Information
Developer: Fairytale Distillery
Publisher: Fairytale Distillery
Game Engine: Unity
Game Director: Alexander Zacherl
Technical Direction: Sebastian Dorda
Concept Artist: Michail Mamashew
Head of Communications: David Wells
Music, Sound Effects: Stephen Viranyi
Steam Greenlight Posting: March 13, 2014
Steam Greenlight Approved: November 06, 2014
Kickstarter Campaign Launch: May 12, 2015
Steam Early Access: February 23, 2017
Development History / Background:
The Exiled is developed by Germany based video game studio Fairytale Distillery. The studio was founded by Alexander Zacherl in 2009, and along with Sebastian Dorda, began developing The Exiled in 2013. The Exiled was posted to Steam Greenlight on March 13, 2014 and subsequently approved November 06, 2014. A Kickstarter campaign launched on May 12, 2015. The project’s funding goal was not met but development on The Exiled continues. After two years of development the game is well into Alpha and is scheduled for an Early Access release in early 2016. The Exiled was originally known as "Das Tal," but the name was changed to better reflect the game.