In Wayward, there is a large focus on simulation, survival and openness. There are no classes; there are no levels. Progression of your character depends on individual skill and stat gains by your interactions with items or objects in the world. You are free to play and explore the game in any fashion you wish.
Wayward will continue to grow, expand, and evolve over time to open up new modes of play, add depth and complexity, add content, and further refine the systems presented. You are free to come a long for the ride as we try to make this game a truly unique experience through our iteration and through your feedback.
June 9th, 2017
During the major update development for beta 2.4, we thought we would take a moment to try to get some feedback from our playerbase. It’s probably not the best timing to get players to rate the game with the lull in updates, haha, but it should provide some useful data for us to think about. Just keep in mind that we normally require 3-4 months for the major (and massive) updates we do.Read More
April 28th, 2017
This week we have been busy tweaking new player interaction, improving UI/UX, and fixing some of the bugs in our backlog. Unless there is anything game-breaking that comes up, this will be the last minor patch in the 2.3 series. We are eager to get to work on some of the bigger features and additions in beta 2.4 (and also hopefully clear out our Bug Reports forum).Read More
“All crafting and survival buffs, just cross out the rest of your weekend now.”Read More
“Wayward, a graphical roguelike with echoes of Ultima Online, Dwarf Fortress and Minecraft. Which means: Survival! Crafting! Treasure! An ace chiptune soundtrack! And lots of other things worthy of !s”Read More
“It's already very impressive though, with plenty to see and do.”Read More
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