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RimWorld developer says next version is the big 1.0 release

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The developer of RimWorld [Official Site] has said that the next version will be the big 1.0 release as they outline what to expect from it.

In this lengthy double reddit post, the developer Tynan Sylvester, outlines some things we should expect from the big release. They also explain how they simply cannot put in everything people want, naturually, because not everything works. What's also interesting, is that the developer claims they've had "76-year old grandmas and 10-year-old kids" email in to thank them for making a game they can actually play, which is really sweet!

As for 1.0, Sylvester said they are "furiously refining the hell out of this thing" and listed a few things coming like a heavily redesigned interface, systems and balance for caravans. There's also a watermill power generator and underwater power cables, a huge optimization to mod loading, cooks refuel stoves before cooking if needed instead of waiting for haulers, and plenty more!

They said that was just things off the top of their head too, there's likely tons more that will be coming. It's exciting, as it's already a fantastic game even if it was to release right now.

Thanks for the tip Jan!

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Samsai 16 January 2018 at 10:08 am UTC
Ah, fantastic. Seems that I hopped on the RimWorld train just in time.
madpinger 16 January 2018 at 10:38 am UTC
Well, Optimized and bug free would be all I want for the most part at this point. Got a log of time in this game and so long as the mod support is good, it'll have everything I want even if i need add it myself ^.^
tumocs 16 January 2018 at 11:41 am UTC
SamsaiAh, fantastic. Seems that I hopped on the RimWorld train just in time.
It's always the right time for RimWorld train.
razing32 16 January 2018 at 1:58 pm UTC
SamsaiAh, fantastic. Seems that I hopped on the RimWorld train just in time.

I hopped on it because of you
Seemed like a fun game on stream.
stan 16 January 2018 at 8:18 pm UTC
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Nice. I’ll get it if it the DRM-free version ever goes on sale.
buenaventura 16 January 2018 at 8:56 pm UTC
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Wishlisted!
Luke_Nukem 17 January 2018 at 12:20 am UTC
stanNice. I’ll get it if it the DRM-free version ever goes on sale.

I'm so sick of seeing "if it's on sale"... These people, especially the smaller devs, need $ to survive, and they work damned hard. Buy saying you'll only buy their game if it goes on sale you just devalue their work.

How likely do you think it is that some are now inflating their prices so that a sale is affordable to them?
Folspa 17 January 2018 at 3:14 am UTC
I don't believe the game is feature complete enough, specially endgame.
14 17 January 2018 at 4:09 am UTC
Luke_Nukem
stanNice. I’ll get it if it the DRM-free version ever goes on sale.

I'm so sick of seeing "if it's on sale"... These people, especially the smaller devs, need $ to survive, and they work damned hard. Buy saying you'll only buy their game if it goes on sale you just devalue their work.

How likely do you think it is that some are now inflating their prices so that a sale is affordable to them?
Because the frequency of Steam sales has eliminated full-price purchases for the patient. It makes it feel like you got ripped off to buy a game and then see it hit 25%+ off a week later. I do hear your point. I want to say I agree. But my actions don't agree with you. I am so behind in games that I basically only buy games that have been out for a year or more because I still don't want to miss out. There is NO POINT wasting my money on a new release if I have 10+ great games I haven't started yet. That said, I do have friends that get through games quickly and want more. They buy new games at release. So, I know that not everyone is in the boat I am in. Hopefully those guys agree with you.
stan 17 January 2018 at 7:45 pm UTC
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Luke_NukemI'm so sick of seeing "if it's on sale"... These people, especially the smaller devs, need $ to survive, and they work damned hard. Buy saying you'll only buy their game if it goes on sale you just devalue their work.

How likely do you think it is that some are now inflating their prices so that a sale is affordable to them?
Lol.
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