Here's What You need to know about The Game Economy Cycle in Medieval Empires!
The countdown to the release of Medieval Empires' early access version exclusively for landowners is on! There is a lot of excitement in the community as they prepare to experience the game for the first time. To make sure everyone is ready to dive into the action, we're taking this opportunity to give you a quick look into one of the most important aspects of the game – the game economy cycle.
As one of the core features in Medieval Empires, the game economy cycle will be the backbone of the game. It is the process that players will interact with the most once the game is released. So, get ready to take control of your town’s destiny and lead your armies to victory in Medieval Empires!
What is the Game Economy Cycle?
Production and Progress in the Town Builder
Players in Medieval Empires will start with a small town, either Turkish or Crusader, depending on their personal choice. With the passage of time, production and progress will take place in the town builder. This is accomplished through the creation of various buildings such as sawmills, stables, and lumbermills, which generate resources such as wheat, wood, and ore.
Creation of Heroes and Units
Resource generation is only one aspect of the game economy cycle. Players will also create heroes and units, which can be trained in their towns in preparation for battles against invaders.
Battles and Missions
After players have trained their armies and units, they will move to the Province Map for the actual fighting to begin. Invaders would appear on the Province Map and players will have a chance to participate in battles and missions.
The rewards earned from battles and missions are essential for players to progress through the game. They can come in the form of silver tokens or more resources that are consumed over time in the town view. This consumption creates a cyclical process that starts and ends in the town view, where players can upgrade their buildings and continue building their city.
This process is explained in this quick video as well: