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Both you of. Please keep it civil. I can tell you spacenavy90, that nothing of what you see in our screenshots is part of any package. All of the assets showcased are created by Campfire Games.
Thanks. That's on our to do list for sure.
Brilliant comment though! Thanks. :)
M&B linebattles are very quick and small compared to our scale. I'm not saying we have nothing at all in common with it - the very Foundation of WoR, however, is something quite different. This is not another version of Hinkels mods. :) We have more in common with arma/battlefield than M&B.
We have more in common with arma and battlefield than M&B - you can't really compare WoR to it. Thank you for your thoughts though. :)
It will be a purchase. We do indeed have the license in order to sell our product.
No singleplayer content is planed at this point.
Neither can we! :)
I played it a little when it was just released. These days I don't play alot of anything I'm afraid. :)
We haven't set a price yet.
It will most likely run on 32 bit systems, yes.
No singleplayer is planed at this point.
Some of our early ideas were inspired by the mod Hinkel created, yes. We are not that mod team however. You'll find plenty of familiar mechanics in WoR as well as a lot of all new ones. :)
WORKING ON IT!
We'll be sure to tell you as soon as we know. :)
You can do it! We believe in you!
War of Rights is a first person game. We want you to feel like you're in the shoes of a civil war soldier, not a floating camera ontop of one. :)
Thank you for the kind words. :)
He sure is special alright - we intend to have all sorts of faces ingame, not just the generic action-man ones. :)
Thank you for the kind words and for your donations! It's the only sort of funding we've had so far.
Most of the buildings are carefully reconstructed after the original blueprints of the real life buildings and will be fully enterable.
Well unless you're living in a very tough neighbourhood, I'd say going outside in real life has a much lower chance of getting hit by a stray cannonball than the forests of WoR will offer. :)
There is no cryengine 4 - we're using the latest build available on steam
No release date yet. :)
Hello Matthew. Thank you for your interest in WoR. We cannot possibly include all of the battles of the civil war - the number of maps needed to be created would be in the hundreds.
We very much strive to achieve the highest level of authenticity as possible in our game. Therefore each map takes an enormous amount of time to research and recreate. At the moment we're sticking to what we've announced; the maryland campaign of '62 - but who knows what we'll announce in the future? :)
That's still to be announced.
Thank you for the kind words, gents!
Thank you. It will indeed - we hate low view distances on grass here at Campfire Games. :)
It does indeed - thanks! :)
We appreciate the kind words and support! :)
Thanks for the feedback!
The eyes could use some work indeed - the ones we're showing off here are only placeholders (and the rest of the body is very much a WIP as well).
Thanks for the feedback. Which fence are you talking about? We have several segments of each one.
I wish you the very best of luck with this. :)
Thanks! It is a great engine indeed. :)
Thank you! Well John Buford will have to wait a little to avoid just that. :)
I can't say yet. We're in it for the long haul and we want to make it right. It's not around the corner let's put it that way.
Mumma farmhouse is quite close to the confederate lines further west at Dunker church. Because of this, Confederates burned down the farmhouse along with the barn just prior to the battle in order to eliminate the location as a possible union sharpshooter hideout. It'll most likely be part of a similair objective in WoR. :)
All in good time. :)
Thank you. :)
On behalf of the team: Thanks! :)
We've got a pretty good idea about what we want to do. We're still without any programmers in the team so we're still searching for people to join us creating WoR.
Thank you! We try to fulfill what we so often have felt lacking - a sense of openness of the development. It is after all to both of our advantages. You guys get to follow us rather closely - we get invaluable feedback. :)
The union did indeed use rifled cannons, namely the Parrott rifles. The smoothbore napoleons were still the most commonly used cannons throughout the war though. Rest assured, we're going to have the Parrott ingame aswell.
We're working on it. One of the issues of being situated in Denmark. A field trip isn't an option at the moment. Denmarks flora ought to resemble that of Marylands rather well however. :)
Thank you for your feedback guys. :)
Antietam was a rather colourful battle in terms of vegetation. It took place just around the time when the fall colours begin to show (one week before to be precise). While the same thought crossed my mind in terms of colours, I decided to stick with some life and a bit of vibrant colours. The war was a terrible one, but the countryside of where it was fought was mostly a lovely one.
I do however agree that a bit more brown is needed.
Thank you for your feedback.
The wooden planks ontop of the fence of the bridge is one of the only details on this bridge. We have no difference in performance what so ever ingame so the planks are here to stay.
Oh a Texan eh? Tough guys! "Texans always move them." as Lee once said. :)
I'm afraid not - it's no easy thing to get a hold of a weapon in Denmark. We do however plan to test some of them out/record their sounds at a firing range.
I'll see what I can do about that in the future. :) The 1911 is a close second of mine.
Yeah crazy isn't it? ;) We're all based in Denmark at the moment but would love to expand our development team and get more international at the same time.
Oh I'd love to do som reenacting! Too bad the war is pretty much unknown here in Denmark.
Thank you for sharing that little story with us - we'd love to hear more. :)
Great model ;)
I wouldn't mind playing as a flag carrier if say, I boosted my teammates morale (hit points) whenever I was close by ;)
Is it the army model 1860? Looks nice ;)
Would love to see a colt navy 1851 aswell!