RPG Maker Fes to get a Software update, will add more save slots (+ music video)

Yesterday, RPG Maker Fes was released in Japan. With this game, you can easily create your very own RPG, and then share them with other players via the internet. In the launch version, you can save up to 16 RPG, and then edit them as you please (so you can always go back to one your previous creations even after started working on the next one).

16 RPG seems like a lot, but it looks like this is not enough for players, who have been requesting additional save slots! And it looks like Kadokawa has decided to honor those requests, and has announced that a Software update for RPG Maker Fes would be released sometime in December. It will basically double the amount of save slots, allowing you to save up to 32 RPGs at once.

Also, the DLC announced last week was also released yesterday. There’s two packs of additional parts:

  • Modern theme elements (Free): includes characters and elements with a “modern” theme, which were popular among players of RPG Maker DS+. If you install this DLC, you will be able to use its elements along with those from the base game at the same time. In other words, you will be able to use both modern and classic themes in the same game. That way, you will be able to create a game with a story based on time travel, for example. Includes map elements, characters (character sprites, facial elements, illustrations, monster sprites), and more.
  • Special elements (200 Yen): includes elements to enrich the world of your game. Includes special signs, symbols, and more. Thanks to this DLC pack, you can even create a board game (as you can see on the screenshots below).

Next, here’s the music video Kadokawa uploaded to celebrate the release of RPG Maker Fes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBwPgBYI9d0

Finally, here’s some additional screenshots for the game and the DLC:

Source: 4Gamer.net


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