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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Combat Demo is Late!!


Be assured, we're working hard on this to make the best first-impression possible. We thought it'd be done by March 31st, but new issues keep coming up both in-engine and in real-life. The team has been hopping over these hurdles one at a time, and we're making smooth progress towards the Combat Demo release goal that's ignited the flames within each of us.

You can expect to see the anticipated March DevLog in video form.

But beyond that, something BIG is under construction and we hope to explode on every platform with great news very soon.

(Trust. We'll all be better off if we iron these last few bugs out.)

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