Things are starting to come together as we enter the second month of 2006. With most resistance weapons completed and rigged, and about all the vehicles completed we’re well on our way to begin testing soon. Hence we have signed on with Fyght Club; the clan who will be responsible for the Beta-Testing
Things are starting to come together as we enter the second month of 2006. With most resistance weapons completed and rigged, and about all the vehicles completed we’re well on our way to begin testing soon. Hence we have signed on with Fyght Club; the clan who will be responsible for the Beta-Testing of Iron Grip: The Oppression.
We are also busy arranging plenty of game servers so hopefully upon launch there will always be a slot available :P Nevertheless, there’s still some significant work to be done before release so we’re not there yet. As for now we have a full “behind the scenes” review of the Iron Grip sound design along with a video interview of Vance Dylan who is leading the sound development.
Also we have another graphical update for you. The heaviest piece of weaponry Rahmos uses in its own urban areas.
Despised by most officers, when there’s covering it up, its better to level the entire area and start over. And what better to use than the Devastator tank!
This mighty metal beast is slow and weakly armored but once it fires it can cause massive damage. Good news for the Resistance, it needs to deploy to fire, so better avoid this thing deploying or face the consequences!
That’s it for now! More updated coming soon! Visit our site for more information and larger images: www.isotx.com
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