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JohnMcCarthy1
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2 questions

Post by JohnMcCarthy1 » Sat Oct 08, 2016 2:43 am

first question: are there any plans to add "live" multiplayer like in the Civ series?
second question: is there any plans to add the game to the Steam Workshop?
I still would like to know why there is no "live" multiplayer for this great game.

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Re: 2 questions

Post by Herode_2 » Sat Oct 08, 2016 3:26 pm

The game is already avalable on Steam.

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Re: 2 questions

Post by JohnMcCarthy1 » Sun Oct 09, 2016 4:39 am

Herode_2 wrote:The game is already avalable on Steam.
there is a difference between being on steam and having the steam workshop
I still would like to know why there is no "live" multiplayer for this great game.

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Re: 2 questions

Post by Erik2 » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:17 am

What is the difference, for us non-steam users...

Is it a way to provide extra content, custom scenarios/campaigns/mods?
Something exclusively for the publisher or can regular users be involved?

Thanks

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Re: 2 questions

Post by JohnMcCarthy1 » Fri Oct 14, 2016 1:34 am

Erik wrote:What is the difference, for us non-steam users...

Is it a way to provide extra content, custom scenarios/campaigns/mods?
Something exclusively for the publisher or can regular users be involved?

Thanks
to answer your first question i don't know if it would affect non-steam users as i am a steam user and have been since before the steam workshop was created, so i am unsure if it would benefit non-steam users.
2nd question: yes, for example the Men of War: Assault Squad 2 Workshop allows you to upload Maps, Missions/scenarios, Mods, and replays
3rd question: anyone who knows how to edit code can upload a mod, map, or scenario to the workshop. it pretty much just makes it easier to distribute mods and keep them up to date.
I still would like to know why there is no "live" multiplayer for this great game.

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