Counterplay Games’ looter slasher Godfall launched to a less-than-stellar reception in November 2020. It had several gameplay and technical issues (which you can read more about in our review) but the most conspicuously absent feature was matchmaking for online play. That’s going to be changing, according to the developer on Twitter.
It confirmed that it was working on “implementing matchmaking” and will continue to “monitor and implement changes based on your feedback.” When matchmaking will be added is unknown but the developer said it would share “more details” in over the coming months. In the meantime, it’s currently working on the game’s first (and currently, only) paid expansion.
Godfall is currently available for PS5 and PC, having been the first title announced for Sony’s current-gen console, that too before the console was even officially revealed. It received the “Primal” update in February 2021 which revamped the Tower of Trials endgame activity along with adding Ascension Levels and Primal Items. Whether these major updates will continue to roll out, especially following the expansion’s release, remains to be seen so stay tuned.
As we continue to monitor & implement changes based on your feedback, one thing was very clear…. We are excited to announce that we are working toward implementing matchmaking into Godfall! More details will be shared over the coming months as we work toward the expansion! ⚔️ https://t.co/qzebvJwsik
— Godfall (@PlayGodfall) April 7, 2021