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Matrix, How soon? - 12/17/2020 12:14:17 PM   
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Hello

How soon after GGWITE2 is released will we start to hear more about Steel Tigers?

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/17/2020 3:10:04 PM   
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What he said :)

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/17/2020 4:07:25 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: wodin

Hello

How soon after GGWITE2 is released will we start to hear more about Steel Tigers?

Thanks


The time of a vaccine...

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/17/2020 6:19:00 PM   
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It will likely be at least three months after the release of WITE2 before we can realistically divert any of Joel and Gary's time from post-release support to getting back to Steel Tigers. It will probably be a good six months after WITE2 releases before we're really back in the groove on Steel Tigers development. Then from there to when we can actually start talking about it is really an unknown amount of time at present, even for us. Once we're back on it, one of the first things we have to do a is a complete re-assessment of the design, the code and the timeline, set our milestones and start working through them to get a good sense. We did get it pretty far along before we had to back-burner it, but part of getting it going again will also be getting another programmer to add to the team to work on it so that WITE2 updates and support can fully continue in parallel with ST development.

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/17/2020 6:23:19 PM   
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Soon™

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/17/2020 10:25:26 PM   
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It will likely be at least three months after the release of WITE2 before we can realistically divert any of Joel and Gary's time from post-release support to getting back to Steel Tigers. It will probably be a good six months after WITE2 releases before we're really back in the groove on Steel Tigers development. Then from there to when we can actually start talking about it is really an unknown amount of time at present, even for us. Once we're back on it, one of the first things we have to do a is a complete re-assessment of the design, the code and the timeline, set our milestones and start working through them to get a good sense. We did get it pretty far along before we had to back-burner it, but part of getting it going again will also be getting another programmer to add to the team to work on it so that WITE2 updates and support can fully continue in parallel with ST development.


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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/18/2020 1:37:12 PM   
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But lets not skimp on DLC for WITE2. Some of us enjoy the smaller scenarios.

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/18/2020 2:18:44 PM   
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We are not going to be skimping on WITE2 in any way, shape or form. It is absolutely a flagship release for us.

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RE: Matrix, How soon? - 12/18/2020 7:27:42 PM   
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I am interested in know about the aproximation to XXI century... pure 3D or ability to have 2D with top down view as an option.

Other point is how is going to be manage infantry. Here the main competitor of ST is going to be more tabletop with a more abstract representation of infantry-ammo.

Well, lets see, but its going to be a waiting of years.

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