You guys should really post more pictures. No offense.
The blog is just starting out. For all we know, you and maybe two others are the only visitors we've had here so far. I wish people weren't so afraid to comment. :/Sadly, I 'did' have more pictures, but Picasa kind of ruined that for me. I was also supposed to have some pictures from Point Lookout, but the area proved unstable. (read: lag leading to CTD) Then again, I was handling an 'alpha' version of the latest update, so t'was to be expected.Regardless, thanks for the feedback. I'll try and scrounge up some more in the future.
Ahhh. So obscurum is taking a lot longer than expected? Also I think people are too lazy to make the accounts to comment as well lol. You should try to make it anonymous post settings as well if that's possible. But yea more images, or things to expect.
I think I could enable anonymous messages... I'll put it on a trial run. But if we get spambots, I'm leaving it off again.Yes, Obscurum's development got in a little snag. But that was to be expected, really. It's why Alpha's are rarely sent out for public testing.
If I may ask, Is the base game aka D.C wastelands pretty complete? I'm assuming Anchorage is finished. As for the rest, I'm guessing the PITT one is 50%-75%. and the rest have ideas, just not put into place yet?
Anchorage and The Pitt are pretty much in an Alpha stage. Any work done on them now is probably only for finishing it up for another Beta publication and development on them will continue after that.The D.C. Wasteland is FAR from done though, we're still having ideas regarding that. And, of course, bugfixes. The requirements for releasing that pretty much are for whenever it's in a releasable state.So from the moment the progress on the DLC bits and D.C. Wasteland bits permit, at the same time, for a release, we'll usually look into making one.Thumble however has a little bit trouble with his non-internet life, so I figured it's best we respect his wish to take some time off.