Did they ever confirm that it'd be the same REDkit, though? I remember watching something before it was released and you could use a brush or something for topography and trees and stuff. That doesn't seem like it'd be as relevant for a city kind of environment, so I guess I was operating under the assumption that it'd be a new version of REDkit that made it that easy to do Cyberpunkish stuff rather than being the same kit as the one for Witcher 3.If anything, I'd expect it be available well before CP77 comes out, because I really hope it's ready and fully-usable when TW3 comes out.
I didn't really read it so much as I skimmed the non-table stuff, which definitely looked angry. Don't you know that different colors always means that you're angry?
Now if you'll excuse me, someone has alerted me to the presence of the word "gullible" on the ceiling and I must investigate.
Heh, I laughed once I actually read it. Probably a bad idea to automatically assume that people's math is rock-solid and grounded in reality. You definitely got me with that.Since there already was a slight increase in tension in my earlier post I thought it might be funny to give those 2,5 people even caring about our discussion a little more than they might have expected.
Don't those two parts seem a bit contradictory? I mean, he basically sent you a form response, then dodged your second wave of questions without giving you a single real answer. I wouldn't necessarily call that listening.BRIAN FARGO: Well.. that is a lot of questions and I think you would prefer me working on the game. Hold tight as the beta will be done soon which will answer many of your questions. Long live the PC!
So you can see inXile Entertainment really does listen to their PC gamers and gives them what PC gamers like to have for the PC versions of their video games.