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A real-time, class-based strategy game, set in an open world cyberpunk city, from the creator of Syndicate Wars.
15,029 backers pledged £461,333 to help bring this project to life.

Dev Diary #05


Greetings Agents!

Dev Diary #05 is now live! More concepts, chats on the forums and a new office toy! ;) 

Head on over to the site and check out Dev Diary #05 or just jump straight into the backer only forums!

 - 5 Lives Team 

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    1. Creator British on February 4, 2014

      @Chris: I'm mirroring my comment from the forums: while it's very good that you confirmed the DRM-free version will be available for *everyone* at release, can you elaborate on how the Alpha and Beta will be distributed (read: Steam-only or not) ?

    2. Creator 5 Lives Studios on February 4, 2014

      I have just updated the FAQ:
      DRM-Free versions of Satellite Reign will be available to purchase upon release of the game. (Backers will have access to either DRM or non DRM versions).
      - Chris

    3. Creator Simmestarter on February 3, 2014

      I love what you game seems to be like. But please stop doing this with the camera! You know what I mean.

    4. Creator Ryan on February 3, 2014

      I vote for No DRM as well.
      We backers already paid for the game, and also if it weren't for us backers, there'd be no funding to make this game happpen.

    5. Creator ThomasN on February 3, 2014

      I don't need any thread. They said to me:
      "option of DRM-Free versions of Satellite Reign will be available to all backers" "any future DLC and expansions will work DRM free with the DRM free version of the game."
      If they don't honor that at release, their name is burnt from my perspective. Simple as that.

    6. Creator Neo on February 3, 2014

      I paid for DRM-Free game!

    7. Creator Licktoren on February 3, 2014

      my vote would be no DRM, all that DRM creates is more of a headache for the users and for you the dev. people are going to hack/crack the software no matter what people do to stop it, so just make an Easter egg like Fallout 2 did and make them blow up if the game detects that its not legit :P

    8. Creator Marc74 on February 3, 2014

      if im paying for it then stick some DRM on it

    9. Creator British on February 3, 2014

      Speaking of the forums, there's a thread asking for clarifications about DRM-free that is yet to get an answer from the devs...

    10. Creator Tiernan on February 3, 2014

      Lovin' the dev diaries. keep em comin'!