Roots of Pacha
is again available
offering a stone age farming simulation for Windows, macOS, and Linux. The game
was delisted a couple of weeks
in a dispute between publisher Crytivo and developer Soda Den. Details
are scant, but the companies have parted ways, and Soda Den is taking over as
publisher. For those who already own it, this means the game's post-release
support will resume: "With Roots of Pacha’s return to Steam, the post-launch
patches that Soda Den has continued to implement based on community feedback
will be available to new players as well as existing ones. Prehistoric farmers
can expect an upcoming patch with quality of life updates and a new romanceable
character in the next month. Long-term updates include plant and animal
evolution this year, new Tundra and Turtle Islands locations next year, among
other features and improvements in the works." Here's the official statement
about the deal:
Over the past two weeks, Crytivo and Soda Den have worked
tirelessly to achieve the common goal of restoring Roots of Pacha on Steam. We
are happy to share we have reached an agreement and that Roots of Pacha has been
restored to Steam for all to purchase.
We also would like to share that Crytivo and Soda Den have made the decision to
amicably part ways under terms that are mutually beneficial.
Soda Den sincerely thanks the Crytivo team for their efforts to support and
market Roots of Pacha. Crytivo sincerely thanks Soda Den for their dedication
and craft that went into the creation of Roots of Pacha.
Our collective priority has always been the fans. We hope that the restoration
of the Steam store page brings you joy.
Thank you all for your support.
Crytivo and Soda Den