Started by Raven, Jan 23, 2017, 05:40 AM
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Seems the plan for the 3.0 series has completely changed. Only mention of mining is the MISC PROSPECTOR. 3.1 and 3.2 don't mention it.MISC Prospector moved from 3.1 to 126.96.36.199 and 3.2 have very little similarities with their original descriptions.
Not surprising in the least bit. That original roadmap was something they came up with prior to last October. That was 6 months ago. Hell, when they showed that roadmap it had the Caterpillar as a 3.0 ship and the 85X as a 3.1 ship... and then 2.6 released about two months later with both of them.
Eh they teased a lot that mining would be in the initial 3.0. I'm shocked it's not even on the roadmap past 3.0 anymore.I let the hype get to me and started thinking 3.0 was held back by only a few elements so they were pulling new features into it. Instead it seems 3.0 was too massive and broken into 3 patches. Arcorp, Hurston, Microtech, and Crusader are all in 3.1 and 3.2 now.
I don't recall them ever saying that all planets would be ready for 3.0 at all. The only thing they ever said (as far as physical locations) was that they were expanding the Stanton system, that planetary landings would come in 3.0, and that they would add additional locations to the system as the major patches rolled out. I think that's a case of you overestimating/misunderstanding what was coming in 3.0 and not a case of them having to make 3.0 smaller in that regard.Yeah. Mining was teased but there are any number of reasons why it's not being talked about suddenly. This new roadmap could change 100 times in the next few months and we'll never know how many things were scooted around and how many times. Considering the size and scope of the game, not to mention it still has years of development to go, if the absence of mining shocks you, it's probably a good thing you're not privy to more frequent schedule updates. You'd probably have a heart attack and die young.I'm seeing a lot of stuff in here that wasn't mentioned originally or no statements of commitment were ever made. Without a doubt, things were shuffled around. I can guarantee you there are things coming in 3.0 according to this report that weren't originally intended for it. Just enjoy what's coming. There's a ton of stuff here. It's definitely going to be a transformative moment when this patch drops when you look at what's available right now.
No I'm going off their gamescom presentation.The new 3.0 has some small new things but outside of ships I don't see what you're thinking they added.I think the reason mining is missing is because it has hardly anything to do with anything else. It's not a priority to add since not much on the dev side of things is built above it. Probably also the reason why it's seemingly being moved around a lot.I am enjoying what's coming ya dork
So.......when's the release date?
A Lot of people are asking for SC on scorpio. kinda interesting.
A Star Citizen player waiting for the full game to be releasedSpoiler for Hidden: l0l jk , dont hurt me plz ;(
Not going to happen. The devs already have their hands full just trying to get this game done for the PC. They're not going to add more workload to develop a Scorpio specific version. Which, according to Microsoft, isn't even allowed. By the time this game is in a release state, the next generation will have started or be releasing soon. Makes no sense to develop this for any current consoles. Plus, after all of the graphical effects are added and the game's visuals are finalized, I doubt the Scorpio could run the game in any decent capacity. Just don't mention that to the crazies. They're convinced Scorpio could run the most demanding games three times over with no issues. Chris Roberts is a pro-PC guy in general, too. Best chance of seeing this game on consoles any time soon is the next generation. I know you know this, I just felt the need to get my thoughts out.lol Funny thing is, this game has only been in development for 4 years now and it's being developed alongside a stand-alone single-player game, Squadron 42. Mass Effect Andromeda took 5 years. According to Herman Hulst in his interview with Neil Druckmann, Horizon took 6 years. Star Wars: The Old Republic took almost 7 years. Alan Wake took 7 years. Let's not even talk about the development hell FF15, TLG, and Nioh went through. It's just bizarre to me how many people think this game is taking an unreasonably long time to release. It's an MMO and it's an incredibly ambitious project. The company making it was actually being built from the ground up for the first couple of years.You're joking, but there are so many people out there who have incredibly unrealistic ideas about how long games actually take to make and what it takes to make them.
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