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Re:Legend Steam Early Access Trailer

svgJul 26, 2019NewsRiver

Re:Legend will be available for early access in the Steam store starting on August 30th, 2019.


For those of you out there who are like us and just can’t wait to get your hands on Re:Legend, we have excellent news. Developed by Magnus Games Studio, Re:Legend is an online co-op adventure game that features all the goodies we’ve come to love so much at myPotatoGames (i.e. farming, crafting, creature collection). This amazing title is going to be available to try out very soon, and we’ve got everything you need to know about being a part of the early access trial.

About Re:Legend Early Access

Magnus Games Studio has decided to partake in early access on Steam so that they may further develop their title based on feedback. Allowing for early access gives many more gamers a chance to try out the title before it is finished, without having had to back the title on Kickstarter. Magnus intends to keep the game in early access for 9-12 months, giving them ample time to test many of the games nooks and crannies.


The early access version will be a smaller and unpolished version of the finished project. It will include enough features to give the developers an idea as to what needs to change before the full game is released. The final version will include much more content and appear more graphically polished. If you add Re:Legend to your Steam wishlist now, you will get a notification when the game is ready!

Early Access Trailer

For more information about Re:Legend, you can check out myPotatoGames coverage of the title. Also, be sure to check out the official Re:Legend website!


River Chandler

Mi amo es Rio.  I’m a hardcore game person with an affinity for writing and other word-related whatnots. My main loves in life are my son (Kaiden), the island on which I live (Kauai), and all things gaming.  The rest of my loves include most living things...and non-living things, too. Dont worry, be happy.


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  • Kikki

    July 25, 2019 / at 8:44 amsvg

    Uhhhf…this is one of the games I’ve really been wanting. I don’t regret not being a backer since I can’t play on PC…it’d be a painfully long wait to have backed it and need to wait for the console version (even waiting on My Time at Portia was super long and that was half the length of Re: Legend!) But I’m gonna be all over it the minute I can get my hands on it. It reminds me of games I love most. Bokumono, of course, or Rune Factory, and Fantasy Life as well. And throw in some Pokemon for a little extra to do! It’s got such shiny, colourful graphics. Waaaant! But I do like to have my games all polished and ready to go so I will just be patient. Or pretend to be patient, at least. 😀

    • James

      July 25, 2019 / at 9:31 amsvg

      My desire to be patient and see how it played out was what caused me to cancel my pledge partway through the KickStarter. I was also getting worried with the number of community things they were doing during the campaign., It seemed they were really over extending themselves and that could be dangerous for a start-up. I’m glad the got funded, but I’ll keep until it is further along., I’ll then decide to go PC or console. Don’t regret waiting on Portia and getting it for my Switch.

      • Kikki

        July 25, 2019 / at 9:46 amsvg

        I got Portia on Switch as well, but I backed for it. I regret it a bit…the experience for console backers wasn’t good. We didn’t get kept in the loop, we got our codes barely in time for release, and we never got our exclusive items. I still don’t have mine and I dont’ think I ever will, because Pathea simply doesn’t know how to give us those items on console. So I never got my Kickstarter-exclusive pet, weapon, clothing, or anything. PC backers had a great experience since that’s what Pathea actually knows how to do, but backing for a console package was, ime, a mistake.

        I don’t ever want to be a Kickstarter on any project that will take more than a year, honestly…it’s just too hard on the nerves, and it’s no use pestering the devs…they need to take whatever time they need, or we’ll end up with a bad product.

  • Joelle Lavoie

    July 25, 2019 / at 4:54 pmsvg

    The developers have been a little silent this month for Re:Legend but they were probably getting ready for this! I’m not patient enough to wait for console release when it comes to this one ????.

    • Kikki

      July 26, 2019 / at 8:48 amsvg

      Ha ha…it’s not so much patience in my case, as not having a choice. I cannot play on PC. It’s not just that I don’t LIKE playing on PC (though that is true, too) … I can’t. This laptop doesn’t even have a dedicated graphics card, so it runs games very badly and overheats (and then shuts down to protect itself) quickly if you force it to run them anyway.

      I can play some very low-demand games on this laptop, but nothing else.

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