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About the Game
Join Book of Travels and become part of a unique social roleplaying experience that doesn’t hold your hand. Inspired by genre classics, this is a serene adventure that sets you adrift in a fairytale world... it’s also an invitation to roleplay without the restraints of linear missions and plotlines.
Feel at liberty to travel the free wilds and vivid cities of the Braided Shore peninsula. Wander deep into the layers of this hand-drawn world, stumble upon its hidden places or unravel one of its many mysteries. There is no overarching goal and no real beginning or end, but for mortal characters the stakes can be high.
Braided Shore is a vast and intricate world, but meetings with other players are few and far between so your chance encounters will be something special. Choose to collaborate together or to survive alone, either way, you’ll be part of the birth of an exciting new online community, one where many stories will be told.
But take note: This is a game for wayfinders and wanderers and it won’t plan out your route. Instead it will trust you to play in your own style and to shape your own journey. Whichever way you choose to travel, you’ll soon be adding your own chapters to Book of Travels.
Book Of Travels' online cRPG world may be the cure for my break-up with MMOs
I believe [creative director Jakob Tuchten] understands, and maybe relates to, why I've broken up with MMOs, which is why I have faith (and even ten hours in, it is still faith) that Book Of Travels is the match I'd been waiting for.
Rock Paper Shotgun
Book of Travels Preview: Building Folklore In Multiplayer
Book of Travels creates a unique take on the multiplayer experience, with an atmospheric and beautiful game made for smaller groups of players.
Feels like a Shakespearean sonnet written in code – a love letter to a genre that's become diluted with vapid quests, superficial choices and ostentatious combat.
Massively OP’s 2019 Awards: Most Anticipated MMO.
"Book of Travels, the only game on Kickstarter I backed all year. I was dead serious when I said I wanted to play something weird and unique, something that pushes the boundaries of what MMOs are supposed to be, and it helps that it’s super pretty too." – Brianna Royce
"Book of Travels was the game that stole my heart in 2019 with its Kickstarter campaign and wildly different and creative premise. A serene MMO? Sure, I’m up for that!" – Justin Olivetti
Massively OP’s 2020 Awards: Most Anticipated MMO.