Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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Yes it's mentioned in the FAQ's.


* There will be a significant incentive for players who want to upgrade from CMANO to CMO, so you will not be paying the full price if you already own CMANO. Details TBD. 
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Its also mentioned in the announcement threads, for those that don't read, that CMNAO 1.0 will continue to be developed for some time. So if its too expensive, just stick with the original.
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Looks like Christmas came early this year.

I'm cancelling Christmas this year, as I'll now be otherwise engaged. Might resurface about Easter maybe.
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Will the CMO release include the scenarios from the the various DLCs (northern inferno, silent service, chains of war....)? If not, any thoughts on making them available at a later date?

I purchased all the previous DLCs but only managed to work through a small fraction of the scenarios. In a perfect world, I would only need to have CMO installed to finish my journey through the remaining ones.
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ORIGINAL: msinnot1

Will the CMO release include the scenarios from the the various DLCs (northern inferno, silent service, chains of war....)? If not, any thoughts on making them available at a later date?

I purchased all the previous DLCs but only managed to work through a small fraction of the scenarios. In a perfect world, I would only need to have CMO installed to finish my journey through the remaining ones.

C:MO includes all of the expansions and DLC's along with their features IE: cargo operations and laser weapons from COW.
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"All existing scenarios should work right out of the box, including purchased DLCs and community works."

Maybe want to read the first post in the thread.
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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Nice. [:'(]
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My watch stopped. Is it Nov 14th yet??? [:D]
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Got to complete my invasion of the netherlands by Nov the 14th [:D]
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great,I've been waiting for months :D
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Thank you so much; look forward to it.
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Will there be new documentation?
Will there be documentation for the LUA?

Thank you; soooo looking forward to this.
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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ORIGINAL: tjhkkr

Will there be new documentation?
Will there be documentation for the LUA?

Thank you; soooo looking forward to this.
I don't know about the LUA portion, but there is a manual update in the works

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ORIGINAL: msinnot1

Will the CMO release include the scenarios from the the various DLCs (northern inferno, silent service, chains of war....)? If not, any thoughts on making them available at a later date?

I purchased all the previous DLCs but only managed to work through a small fraction of the scenarios. In a perfect world, I would only need to have CMO installed to finish my journey through the remaining ones.

C:MO includes all of the expansions and DLC's along with their features IE: cargo operations and laser weapons from COW.
Minor correction if I read previous statements on this right - C:MO will play whatever expansions/DLCs you already have, and will include all the (former) COW-exclusive features, but it won't include rebuilt versions or access for those who don't already own a particular expansion/DLC.
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Exciting indeed...

How many licenses do you get? Can I install on my laptop and CPU rig?
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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No other release got me so excited as new the Command [&o]. The list of improvements and new features is impressive, I can’t wait!
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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ORIGINAL: ETF
Exciting indeed...

How many licenses do you get? Can I install on my laptop and CPU rig?

The license is per-user, so you can install it on both machines.
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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Can't wait.
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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Says will unlock in 8 days on Steam...no pricing yet. Must be a free upgrade to owners of CMNO. Thanks Matrix, you're too generous. Christmas came early.
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Says will unlock in 8 days on Steam...no pricing yet. Must be a free upgrade to owners of CMNO. Thanks Matrix, you're too generous. Christmas came early.

No, sorry. Existing CMANO users will get a generous discount, but they're not getting this for free.
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RE: Command: Modern Operations starts the engines. Out on November 14th

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ORIGINAL: sfbaytf

Says will unlock in 8 days on Steam...no pricing yet. Must be a free upgrade to owners of CMNO. Thanks Matrix, you're too generous. Christmas came early.
Unlock = it will be available to buy & download. You can see the same phrase even when not logged to Steam.
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