August 14th, 2012 | By Stephen Fournier
One of the best parts about PC gaming is the ability to modify and create your own new content and share them to others for the games you enjoy the most. Through this, entirely new worlds and stories can be created by the players, enabling almost infinite possibilities within the game to enjoy. Telepath Tactics’ developer, Sinister Design, has realized that potential and aims to make it possible for fans of their multiplayer turn-based RPG.
After announcing the move to user created content would be coming last month, Telepath Tactics has finally made the move over. In the recent patch, Sinister Design has finally made it possible to create your own campaigns and share them with your friends in an easy to use system.
Instead of just creating one single player campaign for their fans to enjoy, Sinister Design gave Telepath Tactics an unlimited number of campaigns to play through and enjoy. Each game will be different from the last as users can create their own custom characters, battles, enemies, items, attacks, dialog, and even create their own cutscenes to make their campaign unique and stand out from the rest.
Also coming in this patch is a slew of new features for fans of the series to enjoy. New character animations and music are being included in the August update along with a new ability. Now you will be able to hand place items throughout the game; on battlefields, in barrels, or even inside characters.
While Telepath Tactics is still in design, you can keep an eye on its progress at Sinister Design’s website.