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Because it is not Early Access ?Xodic said:I still don't understand having earlier access to early access.
You overlook the operative word "assist".Excession said:You can write what you like to spin what Ortwin said, makes no difference to what he actually said though.Erillion said:And you were missing what i wrote:Excession said:But you are missing something.Using our own funds, we engaged a small group of writers, designers, and engineers to assist in this process. "So it was not just
Chris PERSONALLY (he, the single person)
"....Based on the facts (CIG/RSI homepage, founding date, April 2012) Chris and Ortwin had a small group of people working on Star Citizen beginning in April 2012. Which puts the official starting date of the Star Citizen project at April 2012. That was the date when an idea became a project. "
The small group worked on it since April 2012.
"Using our own funds, we engaged a small group of writers, designers, and engineers to assist in this process"
See those words? "this process".
What process is he talking about? well, that is simple:
"Chris spent over a year building the game's backstory and creating a prototype in CryEngine that could be presented at campaign launch"
That is the process he means, the "over a year" building a backstory and prototype.
So, by Ortwin's words, Chris and a small group spent over a year working on what was shown at the campaign launch.
What campaign launch? again, that is simple, the Kickstarter campaign.
When did the Kickstarter Campaign launch? again, simple, it was 2012.
So, according to Ortwin, they spent over a year working on SC, they being Chris and a small group, which put's the start of Dev time in 2011.
I understand it will be announced in Decemberrpmcmurphy said:In many ways it's a surprisingly reserved statement about Squadron 42.
Where does this put the release date?