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Yes.Was this issue ever fixed? I saw a HBS Dev popped in saying it was being worked on.
You assumption I think would be wrong, given that I'm pretty sure Bitmuse was their MP engineer, and was active-ish interacting with the community up until sometime after launch, either before, or just after FP's release.I figured this might be an appropriate place to post this considering the title. So anyway Mitch did a QandA on friday and the last question was about multiplayer. His answer was that they "lost" theyre Multiplayer Engineer. Thats it no who, when, why, how just that they lost the person. I am ASSUMING it was before they announced that multiplayer would be barebones during the kickstarter. Shot in the dark here but if they havent found a new one by now then they never will, assuming of course they were looking in the first place. Anyway was a very vague answer which struck me as strange. Your thoughts?
So again, bitmuse was active-ish with the community, asking for feedback and ideas on what would be good for multiplayer. To say multiplayer wasn't on HBS's radar is a bit of a stretch. Does it appear to be a priority at the moment? unfortunately no, but only because they haven't hired a MP engineer again.Huh interesting didnt know that. Well if thats the case then who knows what happened. If he wasnt gone until around FP's release then Multiplayer just wasnt on HBSs' radar.