Old World Improved Its Character Immersion in the Latest Update

Check out the Latest Features in Old World

Hooded Horse is delighted to announce the release of the latest Portrait Interpolation and Editor update for Old World. After releasing the recent Wonders & Dynasties DLC, the developer is back again with another quality-of-life improvement, bringing the game’s impressive cast of characters to life like never before.

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The latest addition to the in-game editor is the portrait interpolation feature, enabling characters to age progressively. This supplants the former system of four static portraits that would change based on the character’s age group. With this update, players can witness the gradual appearance of gray hairs, evolving year by year, turn by turn.

Furthermore, the latest addition introduces the capability for dynamic facial expressions, reflecting the character’s sentiments towards the player’s faction leader. This enhancement allows players to authentically convey their emotions, revealing their true feelings to others. The update is currently accessible, accompanied by the customary assortment of bug fixes and adjustments. For comprehensive information, you can check out the full patch notes right here.

Old World is a historical strategy game where you lead your dynasty over generations of rule against rival kings and queens. You can wage massive wars, manage the court, become the best ruler, and build a legacy that will last forever. The game is available on PC via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store for $39.99 / £34.99 / €39.99 / ¥4,980.