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post Dec 31 2017, 02:54 PM
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Hello! First of all I'd like to applaud ACE Team for making Rock of Ages 2 a reality, being the sequel of one of my favorite games of all time, albeit with some changes which I'm not very fond of (I'll write them down in a separate thread)
One thing that I find somewhat questionable about the game's online portion is how, let's say, lacking, its content is. Not the game modes, but the character customization and the tracks might lead into some players feeling tired of playing the same game online. After looking at the Classic Pack DLC which is a neat piece of content to those who prefer playing as Sisyphus, I thought to myself: wouldn't be really cool if ACE Team would also bring characters from the first Rock of Ages onto the sequel's online portion? I think an expansion pack which lets you play as Napoleon, Vlad the Impaler, The Plague and then some, not to mention making their respective stages playable, would help make the game's online portion last much longer. My only concern about porting the maps onto RoA2 will be finding stage exploits but since gameplay is identical to the first game for the most part, I don't think it will be a tough job for ACE, not to mention that, from what I've heard, porting maps from Unreal 3 to 4 is a breeze.

What do you all think about this idea?
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post Feb 5 2018, 01:01 PM
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QUOTE (Andres Bordeu @ Jan 10 2018, 06:12 PM) *
I'd personally love a map editor for this title. Actually, we did start to develop a editor a one point, but the scope of the project simply exceeded our ambitions, and we had to cut out this feature (it was fairly functional, but required a lot of usability improvements and optimizations). Still, it is something we'll definitely keep in mind for the future of the IP.

Anyhow, more updates are still coming, so stay tuned.


That's a real shame, a map editor would have been amazing!
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