Sunday, November 18, 2012

More late posts, but it happens.

I first wanted to let everyone know that yes, I know I have not been posting on here as regularly as I want.  However I have a good reason.  I work in Retail and it's heading into the busiest time of the year for us.  For the last 2 months I've been getting extra hours at work (8-12 extra a week) which has taken a lot of my extra time away.

We are still hard at work on the mod.  Tonight I will be uploading the O3 2.1 version of the mod to ModDB / Mediafire for everyone to play.  This version will have some balancing tweaks and fix's to it (no more infinite cash for GDI players who like to shoot at the ground).

Tomorrow I plan on starting work on converting UC and AW to our new system.  I hope this conversion process will go smooth.  As a special "thank you" to all the people who read the blog I plan on posting up a link to this "pre-SEED" version of the mod once it's done, hopefully by the end of November.  This link will only be here on the Blog, I don't plan on posting it on MOD DB.  So as far as that go's keep your eyes open.

In December I plan on getting SEED done and out of the way.  Our design should be easy enough that it shouldn't take long to do.  I hope.  After SEED we plan on moving straight into the Invid.  Doug has some good army ideas already in mind for them and we've gotten our hands on a few models to make this process relatively easy.

After that its a short jump to Zeon and then a hard finish with the RDF/Southern Cross/REF.

We're also working on getting new audio files placed into the mod so everything doesn't sound like a Predator unit lol.

I will try to go into more detail with our SEED designs next Sunday.  Until then keep playing!


Alan said...

More hours means more money, right and as far as this economy goes every penny counts so yay for that. Also i didnt even know you could do that with GDI so that fix doesnt concern me. However i have been having a crashing issue i believe it has something to do with the Scrin because i ran a full 4 V 4 Nod vs GDI and it ran fine, so I will get back to you after this release. and Yay EF finally coming back :D

Anonymous said...

Nice hard hitting lay out, can't wait to see SEED, that must be a pretty easy implementation, one month seems very optimistic