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Content Rating: Teen
Absolver puts players behind the mask of a Prospect, who has taken a sacred vow and chosen to join the Absolvers, an elite corps of combatants fighting to maintain stability in the world. Monitored by the Guides, the new rulers of the fallen Adal Empire, players will wander these forsaken lands and encounter other Prospects online in order to learn their place in this world and eventually become Absolvers.
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No multiplayer game can last the distance without regular content updates, and that’s what Sloclap have promised to deliver. As it stands, Absolver is a rough diamond with a strong core that will likely maintain a playerbase, but new content and performance updates will probably have to come soon if they want everybody to stay Kung Fu fighting.
While Absolver is up and down in a lot of places, the game just doesn’t come together well. There’s something about the underlying design that makes it feel disjointed. Most of this comes from the quasi-open world aspect, but the ridiculous level of grinding involved and the disconnected PvP mode makes Absolver feel like a game that’s at war with itself.
Absolver is exactly what it sets out to be. If they added any more concepts to it, it might’ve been too much. But they don’t overcomplicate it. It’s a fighting game, pure and simple, it does something almost entirely new, and it does so well.