- May 11, 2020
I'm glad to see new devs working for IR. I'm really sure that you guys will make this game into something epic.
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We are excited to finally introduce ourselves to you, as we have been working for 9 months to bring you something very special to Imperator.
Sure, but that's 6 ppl, and one of them (Lars ;* ) is probably just making coffee for everyone. I wouldn't expect anything to big.I have to say, Iam very curious what that will be! oO
9 Months sounds like a very solid, extensive and gamechanging (?) DLC ...
Only one person brave enough to say that their favourite start was a minor, no guts these guys (with that said Argos is a pretty hardcore start!)I missed this video part at first viewing - very cool to get to know y'all a bit at the same time as learning you've been working on "something very special" for 9 months :O
We've had great communication from day one and its only improved since then, we communicate on a daily basis. @Arheo have been giving us a lot of autonomy on the creative side, being involved just enough to make sure things align nicely. This has been a key thing as it allows us to work independently and efficient, and not bogging down the Stockholm team with additional management. Now in corona-times when most of us is still working from home, its almost unnoticeable that we have two teams working on different locations, everyone is just a video-conference call away.
- How good and frequent is the communication between the 2 studios?
I sure hope so, sooner or later
- Will you have cameo characters in the game?
Crossing over the bridge from Denmark/Copenhagen is probably a bit tricky with all the border-checks and so on. I would recommend entering through Balkan -> Russia -> Finland, crossing the Finnish/Swedish border in Haparanda and make your way south along the coast by foot, bike and hitch-hiking. Once in Skåne county, you can just take a Pågatåg (train) and enter Malmö from the north.Psss, (whispers: anybody know a great route for extracting an espionage mission in Malmo?)
Lars makes the greatest coffee though, coffee fueled development ftw!Sure, but that's 6 ppl, and one of them (Lars ;* ) is probably just making coffee for everyone. I wouldn't expect anything to big.
Your mind isn't playing tricks on you, we edited in the you-tube vid after this DD was posted since the vid came up a while later. Sorry if we made you question your sanity.I missed this video part at first viewing