Tactical Adventures' D&D-like has officially left Early Access and the now feature-complete Solasta has a list of what you can expect, should you embark on the journey.
Solasta: Crown of the Magister spent seven months in Steam Early access, and unlike many games that end up there - it actually released as a complete product.
Players who get into Solasta can expect a turn-based RPG with a D&D ruleset that has 10 levels in total. This may look odd to the casual onlooker but the design of the game mandated such progression. That said, possible future expansions might raise the level cap.
The devs noted that there is a "large amount of sidequests" that will be used to both enrich and gear up your party so it's possible more focus was put on the gear side of things rather than the actual levelling.
On top of that, the full release brings about new environments and enemies to fill them, which should provide fresh content for those who purchased and played through Solasta during Early Access.
Solasta's soundtrack has also been updated and numerous community-requested improvements have been implemented. Overall, there should be more stability, fewer bugs and better performance across the board.
Additionally, Dungeon Maker received a substantial update but it's still in beta so keep that in mind when the inevitable jank comes your way.
Those who have previous saves will be able to play with the new update since it's compatible but Tactical Adventures still suggested the players grab a fresh save to go through the 1.0 release .