These are the requirements of the game as of right now. The minimum requirements should hold even when we get the chance to upgrade the rendering engine.
The initial release of Face of Mankind: Fall of the Dominion will not have direct support for Linux or OSX, it's very possible you could see support later on. Some users in the past have had positive experiences utilizing WINE to run the game on Linux.
Minimum System Requirements:
- PC with Windows® XP/Windows Vista®/Windows® 7
- 2.0 GHz processor
- 2 GB RAM
- DirectX 9 compatible VGA card with pixel shader 2.0 support and 128 MB video RAM
- Minimum graphical resolution of 1024x768 pixels
- Broadband Internet connection
- DirectX 9.0c
- DirectX compatible sound card
- 5 GB available HD space
Recommended System Specifications:
- PC with Windows Vista®/Windows® 7/8
- Dual Core 2.0Ghz Processor
- 4 GB RAM
- GeForce 6600GT 256MB video card or better
A number of people have asked for a clarification on what "Premium Gameplay" is. At the core, we are running a free-to-play game with an optional premium subscription that expands gameplay and offers additional conveniences and features. As a further explanation of this, we will list a few of the premium perks that we are considering:
- Unique character gear Enhanced cloning speed
- Exclusive upper tier apartments
- More production slots
- Longer market offer and auction durations
- Additional item storage slots
- Longer skill queue
- Additional faction features, such as your own headquarters for your members
- Access to premium-only items
- Advanced mining tool
- Unique in-game and website identifiers for your account
- Discounts in the Marketplace (described below)
... and more!
For the initial goal of $50,000 we will not be able to recreate the game with new assets and visuals. However, we will be able to finish the work that we started on completing this complete overhaul of all gameplay systems.
Of course, we all want to recreate the game with new assets and a more modern rendering engine. We all love the game very much and we wanted to secure the future of it, first.
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