‘Bout that time, eh? Right-o! We’ve got news, big news, and bigger news today, and it’s all great stuff! New Silberstad screenshots, Mapping Competition servers online, and most of all, Joe vs. Pro is slated to start in less than a week! For ye with an Iron Grip, two servers have been prepared
‘Bout that time, eh? Right-o! We’ve got news, big news, and bigger news today, and it’s all great stuff! New Silberstad screenshots, Mapping Competition servers online, and most of all, Joe vs. Pro is slated to start in less than a week!
For ye with an Iron Grip, two servers have been prepared for use with the six competition maps submitted for the recent contest. These servers, both European-based at the moment, rotate through the maps Deportation, Dreadnought, Durus, Enmity, Karthos and Lucid. We’re working on getting a US server online as soon as possible. While these maps are not complete, they’re all playable, and a lot of fun for a change of pace. Please play on these servers and give feedback in the Mapping Competition forum! With some polishing, some of these maps will probably become official Iron Grip maps in the near future. Remember to download and install the maps first – some, like Lucid, are very big and will download very slowly from the server.
Next, the Joe vs. Pro tournament is taking shape behind the scenes here at Isotx. While we planned to get it started this past weekend, unforeseen setbacks forced us to delay a week. To paraphrase the old saying, “Life Happens”. However, to find more information on the tournament, you can visit our page about it HERE!! We look forward to seeing you on the battlefields soon!
Oh, right, eye candy? Well, I suppose I can release a few more screenshots of AwesomePossum’s upcoming map Silberstad… Enjoy!
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