I think a short update is in order to explain the current situation and why we didn't make the Christmas deadline.
Basically both me and Trasher had a bit too much to do with school and work respectively and at the same time we overestimated the amount of work that was left to do. The amount of work also increased when we decided to implement rain for Liberty Island and for Battery Park.
In addition to all the things on our To-Do list we also wanted to test all the levels properly to avoid bugs we've not seen before, that might have been introduced since the latest release. That's why, hopefully in a few days, we will release a closed beta for some of our fans to help us test all the levels out.
What's left now until release are a few things that have to do with rain in Liberty Island and Battery Park, one bsp hole that will not go away, fix the item spawn in JC's office for Shifter and finally to copy some bushes and trees from the first Liberty Island and Battery Park missions to the later maps.
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