Rune: Ragnarok

Rune, the upcoming Nordic action-RPG by Human Head Studios,  has been delayed to this winter following its beta testing.

In a statement on the company’s website, Human Head stated that “with a heavy axe and large mug of mead, we announce that the game will now launch this Winter.” While this is disappointing news, the developer has announced a series of improvements to allay any player sorrow. These additions include improved god interaction, combat polish, additional re-builables, a revision of the crafting system to include “diverse crafting recipes,” more areas and enemies, and the inclusion of a female player character.

Primarily, Human Head wants to deliver a game that is bug-free and runs well, which is a rarity on Early Access these days. The developer also announced that community members who pre-ordered the game before 11:59 PM CDT September 12 will receive entry into all upcoming beta testing.

The studio is not new to revising the game, with Rune undergoing a massive AI overhaul in August. OnlySP’s Richard Flint had the opportunity to speak to Human Head about Rune recently, with the interview being available soon.

For more, and to be sure not to miss our interview with Human Head, be sure to follow OnlySP on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube.

Ben Newman

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