Sea of Stars Developers to Release Patch That Removes The Completionist

Sea of Stars Developers to Release Patch That Removes The Completionist

The director of the Sabotage Studio-developed turn-based RPG Sea of Stars, Thierry Boulanger, has announced via the official Sabotage Studios Discord server that the team will launch a patch to remove content creator The Completionist from the game.

This decision results from the recent controversy stemming from The Completionist regarding The Open Hand Foundation charity. He was a cameo as an NPC in the later hours of Sea of Stars as “Jirard the Constructionist.” This new patch will replace him with another NPC. Additionally, the patch will first be available on Steam before being submitted to consoles for approval.

You can view Boulanger’s full message on the matter below:

“A small patch will be going live on Steam and be submitted to consoles soon to replace the builder NPC in Mirth. We arrived at this decision after carefully monitoring events over the past few weeks, and while it is not our place to pass judgment, we do make it a priority to maintain a positive and optimistic space that reflects the spirit of our intentions, be they creative or otherwise.

As always, we appreciate your support and trust you to respect our decision while keeping the tone of the conversation in line with the essence of what makes our games and our community what they are. Thank you.”

Sea of Stars stars Valere and Zale, two characters who share the same fate of becoming Solstice Warriors. Each shares the power of the Sun and Moon to perform what is known as Eclipse Magic to fight against an evil alchemist known as The Fleshmancer.

Combat in Sea of Stars has players take control of six-party members in turn-based RPG systems. The game also removes level grinding as character skills are unlocked through game progression and not tied to how many fights are taken. When battles occur, players must use their tactical skills to make it out and pre-emptively counter powerful enemy attacks.

Sea of Stars is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

It is also available on Game Pass and the PlayStation Plus Game Catalog. Additionally, the game has been verified on Steam Deck.

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