Star Trek: Armada 3 is a mod for sins of a solar empire: rebellion. It is the spiritual successor to Armada 2. The first stage will contain the federation and klingon factions, soon after the romulans and borg will follow.
6 comments by Maxloef1990 on May 11th, 2013
Lady's and Gentlemen I am proud to present to you the official teaser trailer to Star trek armada 3 for sins of a solar empire rebellion.
I was never a big fan of Armada. However, So far your project is looking really good. I really like the backgrounds you are using. Best of luck to you.
Just some advise. We try to stray from too high of resolution models (especially the textures) in SoA 2, because of the 2 gig issue in Sins. As a rule of thumb we try to match, or do better than the vanilla ship/structure we are replacing. Just saying, because the ships you are using seem pretty high poly, and high res. Poly counts are not that big of deal unless you have hundreds of units on the map at once. Textures are the biggest resource hogs in Sins. You can easily go over the 2 gig limit if you are not careful. Take a look at TSOP, and ether incorporate it, or use it as a guide to give you more memory room to play with :)
Hey, I played SOA 2 not all to long ago.
One thing I really love in SOA 2, is the First Contact theme when starting out as the Federation and sending out the Constitutions.
I wonder how different the style of play will be with the limitations of SinS.
Since this is a recreation of Armada 2, I can't help but hope to see the Cardassians in here!
they will be on subsequent releases
It's coming together really well, and quickly, thanks for all the video's and updates.
Holy crap you actually put the Excalibur in there!
I love you. 3:
wait till you see the Klingon Titan :)
Looks fantastic! Takes me back to playing Armada back in the day. All the ship models and weapons look very authentic.
Out of curiosity, what ship class is at 12:25?
i beleieve thats the New Orleans class
I'm interested in the research trees. Is there any media I've missed that is up regarding them?
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