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15 comments by Uphys on Mar 29th, 2014

Welcome to our first media update this year!

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Multiplayer Beta Release Q1 2014 Cancelled


Our plan to bring you the multiplayer beta of Operation Black Mesa early this year didn't work out, regrettably. Several factors and circumstances forced us to completely keep it under the hood until further notice.
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Multiplayer Progress


Multiplayer will feature classic maps such as Yard, Crossfire and Boot Camp as well as brand-new ones like Deptcharge and Gambit from day 1.
Currently in development: CTF mode and weapon placement.

Depthcharge

Singleplayer Campaign


Development is running smoothly; those NPCs aren't going to animate themselves though! If you're interested in joining our team, check out the jobs page where you can find all positions currently open. We look forward to welcoming you on board!

Pit Worm's Nest

Remember Guard Duty (Blue Shift: Source)? We're making solid progress here too:

Living Quarters Outbound

OBM: The Video Game?


We've been given the option of developing our projects as full indie titles to be sold on Steam!
This opens up a whole lot of attractive possibilities to consider; however no decision has been reached yet as to this matter.
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M1A1 Tank

Thanks for your support in making all of this possible!

Until next time,
Tripmine Dev Team

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This is our current soundtrack. It may or may not change in the future. "Oslo by night" by xhale. "Hundred Miles" by alexey v. "Weird view" by alexey...

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raunygamer
raunygamer Mar 29 2014, 5:05pm says:

Great update, bad news.
:'(

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AfterWars
AfterWars Mar 29 2014, 8:38pm replied:

It will come in time, and when that time comes, you will enjoy it more as a result.

Threat not, brother!

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The_Impala
The_Impala Mar 29 2014, 12:45pm buried:

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Funny. Lost Alpha, Missing Information, Black Mesa, Operation Black Mesa... All these mods are always being delayed, some of them already took almost (not yet, but almost) a decade to make... It`s actualyy pretty annoyoing that developers jump higher than their head and cannot consider time things will take adequately.

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AfterWars
AfterWars Mar 29 2014, 2:00pm replied:

Meh, we're not getting paid for this, nor do we really owe anything to the public by rights. We are doing this out of our love for the original game AS BEST WE CAN GIVEN OUR RESOURCES AND LIMITED TIME IN OUR LIVES, and we would like to see it re-envisioned into today's day and age as best we possibly can achieve!

We cannot guarantee that times we give can be kept up-to, nor could we ever have imagined the sheer amount of work that is required to get a Beta in a release ready state. Believe you me, if we could get it out faster, we would, but we can't, so we won't.

None of us really have any proper professional industry experience here in terms of release schedules, and as such for myself this is a total first experience.

I don't personally see why it's annoying, as these things happen, and they cannot be helped?

The only reason that this happens to so many other mods, is because their developers are in the same modding boat as us.

Should I feel like a bad developer? Cause I do now... >.>

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Crypt
Crypt Mar 29 2014, 6:40pm replied:

Anybody with considerable mod/developing experience knows or can understand this. I think people get confused when they see modders push AAA-tier work and start thinking modders have AAA-tier resources and time.

If this was everyone's job and didn't have to worry about keeping a roof over their heads, I'm sure we could have met the milestone no problem.

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HairyHog77
HairyHog77 Mar 29 2014, 10:03am says:

Even though the release date has been delayed now, it WILL still come out this year, right?

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Uphys
Uphys Mar 29 2014, 10:27am replied:

"We've chosen to completely retract it until further notice."

This particular deadline has proven itself counterproductive and we intend to steer clear of any further ones for the time being, I'm afraid.

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Bigpather12
Bigpather12 Mar 29 2014, 9:17am says:

2.Also do you plan of having bot support for multiplayer?

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Crypt
Crypt Mar 29 2014, 12:20pm replied:

I do believe that's in our plans.

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Amoroq
Amoroq Mar 29 2014, 9:16am says:

Been following this for a while (did not have an account at the time), and I've got to say, this looks really awesome. When it's fully complete, I'm sure it'll be one helluva an accomplishment, and would mark a great opportunity for you all.

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