The fan-made Library of Pantheon RotF awaits prospective players, providing a directory on its entire history.
Dedicated Fans Produce the Exhaustive Library of Pantheon to Help the MMO Out
To state the obvious, Pantheon has been in development for a rather long time. Since 2015, in fact. And while that has left prospective fans chomping at the bit for its eventual release, it also means that during that time a lot of images have been collected, from screenshots to developer photographs. Now Fantheons are famous for two things, their dedication and their inability to sit on their laurels.
This has now given rise to the Library of Pantheon, a massive encyclopaedia and gallery of Pantheon RotF images depicting the anticipated MMORPG's progression. The new, fanmade library creators took to Twitter to make the announcement last week. "We've been working hard to gather, organize, date, and caption every Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen screenshot, concept art, marketing material, map, 3D render, developer photograph, etc. we could get our hands on from 2015 to today."
"The result is this collection of over 600 images, which will continue to grow as new images are released in the future and as we discover and identify more images from the past. We hope you learn something from it. We certainly have," read the post.
The chronicle is so exhaustive that it even comes with a warning: do not view with a limited data connection. Once safely connected to their wifi, however, Pantheon fans can sink several hours delving into the development timeline. Images are sorted by date and four sections: screenshots, development art, promotional material, and real-life photos. Each image also comes with a description.
As if the Pantheon RotF images weren't enough, the library also imparts information on just about every facet of the game via its Directory. Sections on The Basics, the Alpha Tracker, and all the Patch Notes, among many others, are available to bring everybody up to speed on Pantheon and its long journey from Kickstarter project to a (hopefully) game-changing, fully fledged MMO.
Pantheon RotF itself is still in its pre-alpha stage, but if these images show us anything, it's that progress, however slow, is happening. And at the very least, they give us something pretty to look at while we wait.