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Release Date: May 13, 2014

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ATTENTION: Landmark is in Closed Beta. That means we are still adding core feature sets and that updates are happening weekly. Everything in the game is currently subject to change, which includes the possibility of wipes.

Please make sure to read the Landmark Blueprint, which provides a list of planned feature updates and timing estimates.

We are using an Open Development process to create this game, which means that you are encouraged to interact directly with the development team via the Steam Community, Twitter, Reddit, Twitch and our Forums. If you are interested in helping to create a game from the ground up, Landmark offers that opportunity.

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August 28

PVP Combat is Now Available!

Combat and Game Tables
• Ladies and Gentlemen... are you ready to rumble? Combat is now in Landmark, and we're starting with PVP.
• To engage in PVP, you'll have to join a Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, or Zone Control Game Table that is running on someones claim (or set up your own!)
• For a more detailed explanation on Combat and Game Tables, please read the detailed notes located here

New to this update, Movers are props that you can place on your claim that will fling, teleport, or generally move you about your claim as you see fit.

Spring Loaded Launcher
This prop will launch the user in the air, at a speed and angle that you specify! Right Click the object and select "Setup" to modify the settings.
Spring Loaded Flinger
This prop acts similarly to the Launcher, but is a two piece prop. The secondary piece can be moved and placed as you see fit, and acts as a landing spot. Simply place the Cube Object wherever you want, and when you activate the flinger, it'll propel you towards the target! You can also right click this object and select "Setup" in order to change the Height (angle.)
Translocation Pad
This is a prop that has two pieces, and can teleport the user from one piece to another. After initially placing the two-piece prop, simply right click one of the Pads and select "Reposition." Move it anywhere else on your claim, and when you walk over one of the Pads, it'll teleport you to the other pad!
Magical Platform
This is a three-piece prop, that acts as a moving platform. You can reposition the two end pieces to make the platform move in any manner that you want. Left to Right, Right to Left, Up and Down, Diagonally - you can even rotate the ends in any axis, which in turn rotates the pad as it moves!
These props can be crafted at the workshop.

Claim Management Overhaul

We've significantly overhauled the Claim Management window. You no longer have to open multiple windows to edit your claim, or pay upkeep - this is now an all-in-one solution that lets you easily manage everything in one window.
Press U to open Claim Management
On the left side, you can see all or your claims. Clicking on one of them will refresh the middle pane of the window with that selected claims information (no more separate windows!)
In that middle pane you can update your screenshots, change the claim name and description, and add tags. There is a tab on top of that middle pane that accesses the Security Settings.
The right pane displays the Upkeep information for all of your claims. Simply input the number of days you'd like to pay, and it'll tell you how much Copper or SC it will cost.
Speaking of SC, we've added the option for you to pay for your upkeep with Station Cash. The current cost is 10 SC per day, per claim.

Showcase and Player Studio Enhancements

You can now Follow players and tags within the Showcase!
On the My Store tab, click "Start Following." From here you can type in the name of your favorite creator, and start following them.
You can also decide to follow certain tags, and this is where you can really get specific.
For example, you could put in two separate tags: PVP and Castle. If you're just searching for these, you would get updates from anyone who submitted something with the tag "PVP" or "Castle."
However, you could also group tags together! So if you only want to get updates on "PVP Castles" then we would only update you when someone submits something that has BOTH of those tags.
Every 24 hours, we'll search for anything that has been successfully submitted to the Marketplace or Gallery, and send you an in-game mail with updates from your followed tags and creators. If you have your personal e-mail on file, we'll also send you an e-mail with the same information.

You can now bundle your Player Studio items together!
Bundling is a system that lets you bundle any approved Player Studio objects together into a single item that can be purchased from the store. This is obviously useful when you’re attempting to sell anything built with modular pieces, or even just to offer collections of your items at a single price point for convenience.
To bundle items together, go to MyStore.
You can only bundle items that have been submitted successfully and approved previously.
When bundling items, you will name the bundle, give it a description, and then add items from your MyStore list into the bundle.
Your bundle price cannot be lower than the total of all the item minimum prices contained within the bundle. Example: If I make an item and submit it to Player Studio, it will have a minimum SC price that needs to be charged. Let’s say I made an archway and the minimum price was 25SC. I list that item for 100SC individually. When I add it to a bundle, it will raise them minimum price of that bundle by the item’s minimum price of 25SC, not by the higher price you decided to charge. 10 such items added into a bundle would raise that bundle’s minimum price by 250SC.
Once a bundle is created, it is submitted through the regular review channels for content check. Once approved, you’re good to go!
You do not pay any additional Listing Fees for creating a bundle. The listing fees were charged already for the individual pieces.
You can create any number of bundles, but you can currently only actively list 10 of them at a time.

New Props and Material Changes / Additions

We've got some great Kerran themed props for all you Workshop builders!
Hanging Kerran Lamp
Standing Kerran Brazier
Hanging Kerran Lantern
Wooden Kerran Lattice
Rectangular Kerran Rug
Ornate Kerran Vase
Wooden Kerran Table
Wooden Kerran Lamp Post
Simple Kerran Stool (six colors)
Ornate Kerran Stool (six colors)

You can also now craft Proximity Mines. For more info on Proximity Mines see the Combat and Game Tables link above.

As a side note, we've also categorized our Prop Lists, since the list seems to grow every update!

Prop – Decoration
Prop – Furniture
Prop – Lightsource
Prop – Interactive

Added ten new colored Stucco variations, and sixteen new Burled Wood variations (light and dark tints to all current burled wood textures.) These should add some diversity to Kerran Workshop builds!
We've made the Glass Voxels more clear (it previously had a green tint) and removed the rippled texture from it.

For full update notes, visit the SOE Landmark forums here.

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July 18

Update Notes - Water!!

Water as a Building Material!
• No longer will you have to fake your fountains and bathtubs with Aquamarine and Glass Window props - Water voxels are here!
• Water recipes using snow and ice have been added to the alchemy station. Refining versions of these recipes have also been added to the various infusers.
New Materials
• We've got some other new materials for you to experiment with as well. We've added all the available brick textures to Moonstone.
New Props
• We've got a handful of new props for you!
o Regal Master Bed (Brown)
o Regal Fireplace
o Secret Door Bookcase
 Click it and it moves! (There are two versions, a Front Hinged and a Rear Hinged)
o Wooden Bookcase (Non moving version)
o Stackable Bookcase
o Regal Dresser
o Sliding Shag Rug
 Click it and it moves!
o Shag Rug (Non moving version)
o Regal Armoire
o Wooden Bookcase
Multi-Screenshot support
• You can now take up to FOUR pictures per template!
• This also means that items submitted to Player Studio and to Competitions will display up to four screenshots.
Marketplace Updates
• We've added a Bedroom Furniture Bundle with all of this week’s new props
• We've added new Tints to existing outfits:
o The Formal Victorian Wear is now available in brown.
o The Casual Victorian Apparel is now available in green.
o The Wandering Nomad’s Finery is now available in dark green.
• We've added Starter Kits to the Marketplace. These are intended to give newer players a bit of a headstart, if they choose to do so.
o Starter Kit (Basic)
 The resources needed to craft a Claim Flag and 2 Attached Claim Flags, a Traveler's Grappling Hook, 2 Keen-Eye Bands, 10 Portal Shards, 5 Lightstones, a Rustic Stone Vault, non-upgradeable versions of the Tungsten Pick, Gold Axe, Silver Sickle, and Mechanized Pulverizer, an Adventurer's Hiking Gear outfit, and 5000 Dirt, Sand, Stone, and Copper.
o Starter Kit (Superior)
 The resources needed to craft a Claim Flag and 2 Attached Claim Flags, an Explorer's Grappling Hook, 2 Keen-Eye Bands, 20 Portal Shards, 10 Lightstones, a Rustic Stone Vault, non-upgradeable versions of the Tungsten Pick, Gold Axe, Silver Sickle, and Powered Pulverizer, the Casual Victorian Apparel outfit, the Treasure Seeker's Garb outfit, a Stone Forge, a Tinkerer's Workshop, a Lunar Anklet, an extra inventory slot, an extra vault slot, and 10000 Dirt, Sand, Stone, and Copper.
o Starter Kit (Deluxe)
 The resources needed to craft a Claim Flag and 2 Attached Claim Flags, an Explorer's Grappling Hook, 2 Assessor's Marks, 20 Portal Shards, 20 Lightstones, a Rustic Stone Vault, non-upgradeable versions of the Cobalt Pick, Gold Axe, Silver Sickle, and Powered Pulverizer, the Formal Victorian Wear outfit, the Colonist's Encounter Suit oufit, a Lunar Anklet, a Feather in a Bottle, 2 extra inventory slots, 2 extra vault slots, and 20000 Dirt, Sand, Stone, and Copper.
Bug Fixes
• Fixed an issue where the sky inside caves would brighten any time a Grappling Hook was used.
• Placing a block on your character with Tweak Mode should no longer drop you through the world.
• Addressed numerous crashes, including one involving large Template Pastes.

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“EverQuest Landmark Could Save MMOs”

“After An Hour In The Sandbox, We're Sold On The Potential Of EverQuest Next Landmark”
Game Informer

“Landmark is true to its name, allowing you, the player, to leave a lasting mark on the world”
Escapist Magazine

Welcome To Landmark!

Hello from the Landmark Development Team!

We’ve been working hard on Landmark and are excited to share it with the Steam community! Players are already creating spectacular objects and collaborating on massive building projects, all while being involved in the development process.
We’d love to have you along for the ride!

Founder's Packs Options

Landmark Offers Three Different Packs

  • Settler Pack - $19.99 – Includes unrestricted beta access plus exclusive in-game items
  • Explorer Pack - $59.99 – Includes all Settler Pack items plus several additional items not included in the Settler Pack
  • Trailblazer Pack - $99.99 – Includes all Settler and Explorer Pack items plus additional items not included is the Settler and Explorer Pack, such as 4 sharable permanent beta keys and your name in the Landmark Credits.

Purchase a Founder's Pack! Join us now, stake your claim and help build EverQuest Next!

Connect With the Community!

To stay in the know in Landmark, be sure to:

Like Landmark on Facebook
Follow Landmark on Twitter
Subscribe to Landmark's YouTube Channel
Follow Landmark Livestreams on Twitch
Visit Landmark's Official Wiki
Check out the Landmark Mobile App

About This Game

Landmark is a social building MMO that is currently in Closed Beta. Landmark lets you build anything you can imagine. In addition to building, the game will incorporate combat, survival and a procedurally generated world with endless content below the surface, plus much more. With Landmark's state of the art tools, you have unprecedented control over your creations. Additionally, Player Studio will allow players to submit their creations for possible inclusion in the in-game marketplace and share in the proceeds when their items are sold.

Explore massive Landmark worlds and claim territory, building materials and much more. See what your fellow players have created — and help them build!
This is your chance to help build a game! Build alone or in groups to create Landmarks. Join massive construction competitions and your creations could become a permanent part of the game. Also, selected designs players create will become fixtures in the EverQuest Next world.

We're utilizing Closed Beta to make development a collaborative process. Founder's Packs (Settler, Explorer or Trailblazer) grant you unrestricted access to the Landmark Closed Beta, so you can help create the world of Landmark. Additionally, each Founder’s Pack offers exclusive items you’ll only be able to get through purchasing a pack.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel i3 Dual-Core with Hyper-Threading (required)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 275 series or higher
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 20 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • Additional Notes: Please be aware that throughout Beta, we will continue to make adjustments and optimize system performance. As such, throughout Beta, these system requirements are subject to change.
    • OS: Windows 7 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel i5 Quad Core or higher / AMD Phenom II X6 or higher
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 560 series or higher / AMD HD 6870 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 20 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible Sound Card
    • Additional Notes: Please be aware that throughout Beta, we will continue to make adjustments and optimize system performance. As such, throughout Beta, these system requirements are subject to change.
Helpful customer reviews
1,547 of 2,123 people (73%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Don't get me wrong, this game is very well made. I just feel like its a really greasy move to charge people a minimum of 20$ to get access to the beta of a F2P game. You can apply for a key on their website, and if you really want to give this game a go, I reccommend you do it that way. As it stands, dont do what I did and drop a 20 all willy-nilly without doing proper research.

You may regret it.

Update: To anyone still unsure about giving the paid beta a try, you may want to listen to what this guy has to say...

I regret nothing.
Posted: May 17
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715 of 968 people (74%) found this review helpful
73.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
They are using Pay to Win tactics to charge you to make this game, so that they can use pay to win tactics to charge you to build the content for their other game Everquest: Next which I can only guess will also be pay to win.

After nearly 75 hours and starting to like it I cannot recomend this game. Business practices are important things to consider when purchasing a game because they tell the devs what they can and cannot do with a game. They sell it as a F2P game (that they are charging min 20$ to get in the beta) that is going to basicly be a content creation tool for Everquest next (I'm fine with that I love an adventure& building game, and I'm not a fan of mmo's so this is the perfect side for me!). Now I want to introduce a term a few friends and I have kicked around for a while here and I feel it applies here more than ever. Delta. Games often say they are in alpha or beta and you can get in and play it early and what have you, I buy a lot of early access games and I am for doing this to help the game. However when you have a game that is in a finished enough state that you are selling content for your game it is now in what I term a delta. A false sense of early access for what ever reason so you can over monitize your game is not a decent way to treat your fan/customer base. I am all for games making money hence why I buy early access and I have given probably well over 1000 dollars to games like league of legends. This game has now on two occassions charged players for content in a free to play game that they have sold as an early access game. The game is still adding features so early access is sort of fair, but its not fair to the player to then charge them for lights (a past debacle) or force them to pay into raffles for "exclusive" building props in a building game. If you feel you can micro charge or hold hostage your customer because you have a game good enough with a strong enough draw for the consumer you are done enough to not be early access or at least be dubbed, and not favorably a Delta.

TL:DR = This is "Pay to Win" not "Free to Play"

Extended reading:

I've spoken to memebers of the community and I want to point out a few more things. People who purchased the game before the game was on steam were not given steam codes so they cannot voice their opinions on here. Also when the founders packs went on a DEEP discount people were banned or censored on the forums for experssing discontent for the game going on sale BEFORE ITS EVEN OUT! This is just horrible for a company to do and a huge insult to its exsisting customers. The devs then joked about it on twitter. It reminds me of the joke in Wasteland about "buy are new content" then you click on it and its are you kidding the game isnt even out yet. Any how I digress all over the place. The facts are this game is trying its hardest to drum up business to over moneitize a game thats not out and will censor its customers that put in money already. Once they have your money they don't care they just want more. You can build a wall and roof how ever you want but if you want things like doors and windows be prepared to pay. If you want to move better than most (IE double jump) be prepared to pay. They want to charge you for the fun stuff rather than make a fun game and charge you for a skin (I'm not against a market if its done right)

I've been asked how is it pay to win? You don't have access to basic elements for your build with out paying such as lights or doors. They have said that their business model is to leverage "rare" items to stimulate the economy. All they had to do was release a pay door and a free door (wood and steel or color idc) and I would not have cared, because it would have been solely cosmetic. That was not the case there was one door after people had asked for doors for months and months, when they released it it was made a "rare" item you had to "win" from watching streamers play the game. Anyone who wants you to watch other people to play their game to earn valuable items rather than actually sit down in game and earn it yourself is confused as to why we play games. This all started with pay to win things that let you double jump and mave better movement, that is not required to play the game when I was contemplating buying a t-shirt from jinx to get a double jump token it made me reevaluate playing this game.

I have friends (I don't know if they like it or not didnt ask) that have payed for the 100 dollar package and they don't play nor do the people they gave the early access codes too. That has to say something though.

Darren Moffatt - thank you for that bit of info! thats good to know! but I'm going to leave this as it stands. lol.
Posted: June 19
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179 of 278 people (64%) found this review helpful
4.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
I'm going to give this game a "not yet" because graphic problems and bugs is preventing me from playing after I logged out the first time. (I got blank screen on subsequent startup)

There's also the issue that because this is mmo game, most of the land to build on is claimed/unclaimable unless you travel to the end of the island that's like 5 minutes of pure walking, away from the initial crafting station in the center of map

EDIT (5/17/2014):
THe blank screen problem happens when I set the graphic setting too low, and was bypassable via manually change the config file.
which brings me to the reason why I wanted to lower graphic setting...
basically while playing the latest nVidia graphic driver (gtx 670) either crashes every 10 minutes or so, or the framerate drops to unplayable state (talking screen freeze every swing). The problem apparently is not affected by graphics setting and goes away if I restart the game when it happens.

As for gameplay, it's pretty much minecraft HD for the most part. I've seen other players pretty structures and what not, but the amount of times I had to restart before finishing the foundation for my building practically make it impossible for me to really enjoy the game
Posted: May 15
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174 of 274 people (64%) found this review helpful
13.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Right now, i don't recommend you to buy "Early Access" to this will-be-free-to-play game, because, theres a pretty big chance, you won't be able to play it, and, abit smaller chance, that you won't be able to play it right to the time when it goes free. So, if you don't want to pay said amount of bucks for just ingame items, be aware of such possibility.
Posted: May 17
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55 of 87 people (63%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Early Access Review
I do not recommend this game.
Developers refuse to give refunds if purchased through Steam regardless of SOE Presidents statement.
False Advertising: I did not recieve special bonus I paid for, the special title on the forum and the ability to post.
Customer Support: Lacks all ability to assist with any real problems in-game wise, forum wise, and ability to understand you.
TL:DR Is at bottem of review

After a short while of playing this game I have sadly come to this decision. The game is simply just not enjoyable. The game does have fantastic potentional for building epic structures and building vast cities but it fails with one simple thing, it's overly complex and tedious.

Another part would be resource collection. Apperently their are two times of each ore, for example we have copper ore and then elemental copper ore. Copper ore is used to make basic things such as copper bars whereas Elemental Copper ore is for building things such as a forge. But what really takes the cake is how hard it is to get Elemental Ore vs regular ore. You will get tons of ore while mining a strain of it but only a few elemental pieces. Because of this resource collection can become long and boring. The same is with wood and any other material other then dirt.

Now we move onto controls. The controls are well simple and horrible. Controlling your camera becomes a chore, it's horribly slow, never gives you that right angle, doesn't have first person mode, and you can't zoom in and out based on what I sow. For basic movement of the character it's pretty simple, you Press W to go forward and S to go backwards and then through a mix of mouse and A and D keys you can rotate and look around. Jumping is hilarous, it works just fine but the animations are funny are you do back flips, glide, and dive over everything as if a super human acrobat.

Since we have covered controls it's time for UI. The user interface is crap. Absolute crap. Things feel out of place or confusing as someone has no idea what they are doing with the bloody thing. It's horribly unorganized, it feels rushed, it isn't easy find what you need, things get int he way as you can't close some things, and then it's just ugly.

As you can tell this game isn't looking so good, and now we have basic game play. The basic gameplay is also crap. You have to manage your property and you can barly do that without confusion and extreme rage as it has very limited options for what you want to do with your property. You currently can only set who has permission on your property and if people can visit but also the name or if you want to delete it. I have yet to the find the place where I control my deposit on my property

Now when you are on your own property you apperently cant mine, cut, or dig anything once you have claimed it. How fantstic is that!? All those trees are now stuck there :D

Oh you want to build something awesome? Welp you can't really do that due to horrible camera angles and poor building tools. Oh you want to have a nice gradual slope? Not really possible.

Time to go on about dedication. This game requires way to much of it, you have to pay ubscenely high prices to keep your plot every 24 hours. it's about 300 copper ore per day which is quite alot and than you can only deposit so much that it equals 8 days. Like come on! What if I away? I wish i could set it to a month or just a wee bit more. Than you have to constitenly grind resources just to get a few special pieces of wood or ore to building something, it's just so boring and feels like you aren't actually doing anything.

Also most of this game feels dead, I mean their are a few players here and their but no NPC's yet and the world just feels off.

Ontop of this world feeling dead, have fun trying to find a plot of land, because most of it's claimed.

Graphics time now, graphics are great. They look nice. The lighting is cool, the textures or nice, the characters look detailed and interesting, and the colours are fantastic.

Character custimization also sucks, you have a few pre-set faces, you have some pre-set colours, and some facial hair. Otherwise it''s just find the preset you like and matching with it...

Player interaction and masive cities is a complete lie, I haven't even been able to get a response out of any other player and their is no epic cities.

So overall I could keep going on and on and on, but I will end this here. This game is just not worth it. It really is overly complex and tedious. Games such as Minecraft or Wurm Online do a vastly better job and are more enjoyable. And than simply over-priced micro-transactions 5 dollars for 500 wood!

Developers refuse to give refunds if purchased through Steam

TL:DR; Devs are inactive on Steam and Reddit. Gameplay is overerlly complex and gets real boring. Heavily based on pay to enjoy format. Players do-not interact with each other. Horrible crafting system. User Interface is crap, controls are crap, camera is crap. Micro-trans-actions.
Dev's do not show active support for Steam Community,
Posted: May 17
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