It's been a while since the last update. Although I rather not spend time on this update, I feel that it's best that I do. There's a whole lot I could say but I won't. Because pretty much all of it is behind the scenes stuff.
What I can say is that we're working on the last stages of the mod. I've been saying that before, and it is true, but the amount of work required to get everything tied up is just so much, it makes it hard to estimate when we'll be ready for a release.
But, yeah, work has already begun on finalizing the final two maps, and bug testing is still being performed to try and make sure we get most if not all of them. The complexity of the last two maps is what takes a lot of time to get right. And since I want the story to go out with a bang, I will take the time needed to finish it properly.
So that leaves us with screen shots. It has been forever for me to get color correction implemented and I finally have. So all these screens may have been shown before, but the maps have underwent polishing and CC. This update is my gesture to you guys that we're still working our asses off to give you a fun single player experience ...
So here goes.
Please hang in there, We're doing all we can to release ASAP!!! Thanks for the watches, and all the support guys!!!
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