Saddle up, partner! Today, Wild West Online finally exits from its Early Access stage and also to celebrate the occasion, the game’s programmer has released a brand new trailer.

Initially launching on Steam as a Historical Acess name, Wild West Online is developed by 612 Games and  is an open-world MMO where players are free to investigate the (virtual) Wild West and choose between being a sheriff of the ‘ol Wild West or a outlaw. Even though there’s also the choice to be a mixture of the two (the freedom to choose your own route is virtually infinite).

Besides an official launch date, the programmer also declared that a ton of new features would be added to   Wild West Online.   Four of those new Critical features include the following:

Players will fight the opposing faction as they try and control towns and territories for their group. In accordance with 612 Games, future expansions will make it possible for these factions to battle for control over mines, oil heaters, and train depots.

  • Create A Posse Or Running Solo: Players will have the option to ride their buddies throughout the land, or go rogue and explore the huge digital world on their noble steed. Become a winner of the west or a infamous outlaw, the decision is yours.
  • Expanded PVE Quests: Embark on several different players v. environment quests offered by many NPCs scattered through the property and acquire experience points so that you can learn new skills, unlock new gear, update firearms and personalize your avatar.
  • The Homestead Life: Perhaps you need to reside in this age, however you need a pacifist side. Perhaps you need to live your (digital) life and get a ranch, personalize it to your liking, raise livestock, develop crows and hunt wildlife. Well now you can, and on top of living that the honest life, you may use the resourceful abilities you learn how to produce alcohol and goods for sale to town retailers and other players.
  • You can see the brand new trailer beneath this article.  

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