A New Instinction Development Blog. Now What?

Updated: Aug 3

We're live baby!

Firstly, this will be the first of many blog posts, now we can communicate with the community directly in a format we have complete control over.

We've met many amazing people and we'll start talking about some of them on this incredible journey to make Instinction

Secondly, we'll add another 2 blog posts this coming week talking about a few things related to Instinction. We get a lot of the same questions and we want to use this to address multiple topics where you can find all the answers in one place. This is a development blog, so we'll discuss development, go deeper than we have before and show more of what is going on behind the scenes. We'll also include polls where you can communicate directly with us and vote for content you'd like to see included in the game. More than anything we want to initiate a transparent medium for all.

Almost done! The website in its current form will undergo a few overhauls, new images will be added to the gallery, we'll add a careers page, as we are always on the lookout for new talent. The blog will also get better, once we figure out how the hell it all works, we'll include images and videos related to each post.

And Lastly, we have to offer a huge thank you to many that supported our vision from the beginning, we've met many amazing people and we'll start talking about some of them in more detail soon in this incredible journey to make Instinction. Not everyone has played nice, but there have been more positive than negative and we have to thank those individuals from the bottom of our hearts! We hope you enjoyed the trailer, we're only just getting started and the game will get even more unique in time as we take on new staff and partnerships, and we'll tell you all about it.

Again, thank you!

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