The development team of profane recently released a roadmap that shows you where they’ve made progress and how far along certain features are in the process. They also have last week’s April Fool’s joke, NFT Wings, with a new video statement about the potential future of NFTs and profane.
The development roadmap documents how far they’ve come in the current alpha for 2022. It’s broken down into a number of categories including Architecture, Access, Movement, Character Creation, Basic Combat, Chat, HUD, Skills and Stats, and more. All of these categories are broken down into color-coded systems that show how far along the team is on execution. You can go to the roadmap page and see that certain features have a dark blue bar around them, which means they haven’t even started working on those features yet. If it has a light blue bar, they’ve started work. A green bar means this feature is essentially complete. There is another color coding that shows that when something is in development, if there are red squares it is in early development, orange squares are beginning integration and green squares mean complete.
Once you’ve gone through the feature list, it becomes easy to understand and see exactly where they’re going next and what they’ve been working on. Full features include movement, which includes basic player movement, swimming, climbing, and the dreaded falling. The character creation system and basic combat are also complete.
The team also released an April Fool’s joke about the availability of NFT wings last Friday. They followed that joke today with an interpretation of NFT games, saying that it looks more like “games will be implemented on top of the NFTs” rather than the NFTs being built into games, along with a promise that those won’t contain will be profane unless “NFT finds a new purpose among the games”.
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https://www.mmorpg.com/news/profane-devs-release-content-roadmap-follow-up-with-more-on-nfts-april-fools-joke-2000124730 Profane Devs release content roadmap, follow with more on ‘NFTs’ April Fool’s joke