Crate Entertainment, a studio created after the demise of Titan Quest’s Iron Lore, has released one game since its inception 14 years ago. That game was the extraordinarily successful Grim Dawn, an action-RPG that went on to sell over 5 million copies. Today, they’re announcing their new project, Farthest Frontier, and it’s quite the departure.
Diablo III may have recently enjoyed an epic patch, but it’s not the only click-orientated RPG to receive some love and attention. Crate Entertainment’s Grim Dawn, currently on Early Access, was yesterday updated to include its long-awaited multiplayer functionality, though you should prepare for a few teething problems, according to the developer.