I, for one, will buy FPG2 as soon as it is out. FPG1 was/is a great game. So how does FPG2 differ? Just curious.
New members have been added to the team. They bring a different perspective from the previous team. You will see the differences in your very first scenario.
FPG had 4 maps - FPG2 has 25. Maps include from mountains to the North German Plain, from Bad Hersfeld to the Rhine (yes, the Rhine River is on at least one map)
The combat, sighting, and movement models have been redone because of the new maps.
There are 25 maps and there is at least 1 scenario that uses each of the maps.
The scenario editor has been redone.
Your comments and suggestions concerning FPG1 were all taken into consideration. Changes were made based on those as well as other input.
The development team is working hard and one of these days you will begin to SEE what's been/being done. That time is rapidly approaching. Matrix has some things to get out the door first. Then....well, Erik will open the flood gates himself!
Until then things are moving along and there should be some kind of news at least once a week until we get to the point where the game can be unveiled in total.
< Message edited by Mad Russian -- 11/29/2012 5:26:59 PM >
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