Frontiers looks really neat. The just-released-on-Early-Access fantasy RPG contains shades of The Elder Scrolls, especially Morrowind and Skyrim, but with an emphasis on exploration over combat. The game's creator, however, doesn't want you to give it to friends as a Christmas gift. He was adamant about that.
Frontiers, an indie take on a Skyrim-like experience, is looking very promising. It was also meant to be out this year. Sadly, it now won't be.
Remember Frontiers? It's basically The Elder Scrolls as created by two indies, and now it's getting hang gliders on top of everything else. You can fly around its massive world and just drink in the sights. That got me thinking: hang gliders are really great. Why don't more games have them?
A year ago, we first heard about Frontiers, a game that was looking a lot like an Elder Scrolls title, only it was being made by two people. Well, good news everyone: the project continues.
This is Frontiers, a game designed and being developed by two men. Something that blows your mind when you see footage of the game in action.