Good news travel slowly, bad news have wings.
I hope my faith was not in vain.
Some of the phrasing in the original post is not too heartening to me.
I think many of you will agree that I've been one of the most enthusiastic members of the community thus far I just really like this type of game, and I want to have faith in Petroglyph, which is comprised of many of the people who created some of my favorite RTS games ever.
I hope that this game will see the light of day. I really do.
But, for now, I see no particular reason to keep my hopes afloat for End of Nations. I think I'll move on and wait for that email. If this game dies, I don't think I want to be around to see it happen in real time.
Stay frosty y'all.
The generic empty nature of this reply reeks of death of EoN, seems like a reply legal allowed out that covers all bases not a genuine effort to explain anything to the community. When cautious replies like this are given out it is normally a bad sign but maybe not. If, however, our emails come and they are for refunds etc. then it's over.
great... now ive been given a warning for suggesting other games to play while we wait..
nice way to reward your long time supporters
What's with all the doom and gloom here? Delays are never fun of course but try not to assume the worst right away.
Of course they need to send mails to those who purchased beta access with their pre-orders to inform them of the change, that's only natural