Babylon’s Fall has changed its graphics and art style to make it easier for players to read.
Just below, Babylon’s fall announced the changes today, October 6th, via the game’s official Twitter account. In particular, the announcement makes it clear that the changes are based on player feedback, so it looks like some players have had a problem over the past few years Closed beta sessions for the game.
With great thanks to our Sentinels support, the # BabylonsFall team has worked to update the graphics to improve readability while keeping the unique oil painting style! pic.twitter.com/s1AbHoLxhZOctober 6, 2021
You can have a clear look at how Babylon’s case is changing above based on this feedback. In particular, it seems like the developers at PlatinumGames are making some of the lighter colors in the environment bolder, especially when used against darker backgrounds. The gold on the red carpet on the floor, for example, now shines brighter than before and permeates the gloomy surroundings.
There’s nothing but praise to PlatinumGames for the changes here. Just below the original announcement tweet, dozens of Babylon’s Fall players are praising the developers for revamping the graphics of the action-packed game, with many commenting that these steps represent a significant improvement in overall clearer environments and readability.
The closed beta testing phases for Babylon’s case have taken place in the past few months. While the initial beta focused on giving players the ability to actually log into the action multiplayer game’s servers, subsequent testing phases ramped things up to gameplay and exploration on PC, PS4, and PS5. For now, at least, Babylon’s case doesn’t have a final release date, but it’s good to know that the developers are constantly listening to fan feedback on any areas they can improve.
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