Here is what will surely be a pleasant surprise for some players. The creator of Cube world, Wollay, announced that the game will be released on Steam a late September / October 2019.
Cube World appeared for the first time in the 2013 store and immediately amazed thanks to its extraordinary procedurally generated world and its voxel graphics. The title focused on exploring the world, with action-RPG elements and the presence of different classes. After the alpha, practically nothing was published about the state of the game, so much so that it was thought that it had now been abandoned.
As you can see, this is not the case. The really interesting thing is that the Steam page it does not contain information about an early access phase. So it's highly likely that the game will be released on Steam in what is its final version, expected for years. We hope not to be disappointed again.
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