Godus beta update 1.3 released

Should mean there's "much less meaningless clicking".

The Godus beta update 1.3, which designer Peter Molyneux has said significantly improves the game, has been released.

The update adds the Bronze Age, which includes the era of agriculture, and improves flow, that is, the shaping of the land, so there is "much less meaningless clicking", Guildford-based developer 22cans said. Check out the patch notes in full on the 22cans website.

According to 22cans Godus is around 40 per cent complete. The Steam Early Access version went on sale last month for Ł15.

Eurogamer interviewed Molyneux at EGX and discussed the update, as well as the thorny issue of micro-transactions and other Godus design decisions.

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