In the latest Question of the Week heks asked how we could maximize the exposure of Interstellar Marines in the social media, and there were many suggestions to make a video which explained more. So our beloved Game Director Kim (ZPSHicks) took it upon his shoulders to make the one video to rule them all. It's called "Will You Believe?", and it tells about our vision with the game, how we develop it and how you can support us. This video was featured exclusively on GameTrailers.com during the weekend, which so far has resulted in more than 100.000 views with an average user rating of 9.4 (out of 10) as well as many new registered users. So go show it to your friends, and family and help us spread the word!
"Will You Believe?" - Feature
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- The traffic generated from the GameTrailers.com exclusive video almost got our webserver to fall on its back. We have now upgraded it to be able to handle more traffic.
- The video also got us reddit'ed - at this moment, the reddit post has an impressive 584 points
- This newsletter is sent out using a dedicated newsletter provider, so we hope that it won't hit your spam-folder. If it does, please report it in our forum so we can evaluate the solution.
- We now have 67.000 registered users, 1187 Spearheads and 109 Frontliners and the total sum of Support Medals is 1785.
- Remember to check in on our most recent community initiative "Ask the Developers". It has run for 4 weeks now and we have received many interesting questions, and hopefully you will also find our answers interesting.
We appreciate all of you. Your belief means the world to us!
For the Love of the Game,
The team at Zero Point Software
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