|TITANS OF ETHER
we develop worlds
Joined: 29 Jul 2021
Location: Tirol, Austria
|Posted: Mon Feb 28, 2022 5:24 pm Post subject: Diary: 2022.02.28
|We are already working on the 3rd version of Redemption (3rd master).
The upper half of Britannia is also developing quite fast now thanks to Diddy and Dennis. I will show new screenshots of those regions soon. Thanks to Barabus houses and the fast work of Neloth I was able to start to build Britain (from scratch again) and it turns out to be much better than I hoped Britain would be.
Zini has implemented the horse riding and breeding so now you can already ride around in Britannia and buy and sell horses and make new ones
The sound effects (with the high performance scripts of Taddeus) proof to be just what I hoped them to be: incredible atmosphere enhancers. So please never play Redemption with the sound (and music) turned off!
Speaking of music, our new muscisian, Michikawa, produced quite some tracks already which complement those of Chlor perfectly. I am quite proud that we have at least as magical music as U6 had.
Thanks to our new worldbuilders I am able to concentrate even more on other things like scripting and so the character creation finally starts to work and maybe its finished soon. Also the story writing is main priority now. Of course I wont tell any details about that here....
Also details like being able to turn streetlights on and off are being implementet atm.
This may bore you already but after the troubles in the past (and with such projects in general) I want to let you know once again, that the whole team works together perfectly and I am very happy to have such a passionate team!
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