BattleGoat Studios are pleased with the feedback collected by the Steam Early Access Beta for Supreme Ruler 1936, their WWII strategy sequel that is currently under development and will be the first title in the series to be self-published, as the previous two games were published by Paradox Interactive.
Supreme Ruler 1936 was originally planned for release in late Q1 2014, but the changes and additions from player feedback means that the release date has been pushed back to 9th May, 2014.
"We love Early Access! The feedback from players that have participated has been great for both testing the game and making changes to better the gameplay experience. In the three months since we released the Early Access, we've pushed nine updates and we expect this rate to continue right up until our official release." said David Thompson, Lead Designer and Co Founder of BattleGoat.
"The Early Access sales have been above expectations and this has given us the freedom to incorporate some new ideas and to improve the historical content of the campaigns."
BattleGoat Studios will be showing the game to press and the public at this year's PAX East in Boston on 11th - 13th April, 2014. We expect to see the game around that time too, so keep an eye out for our first impressions during that time.
"Just like the German drive on Moscow, our progress has also been greatly impeded by an unusually tough winter... The studio was without power for a week, there have been several days lost to heavy snow falls, and the so called 'Polar Vortex' bitter cold has definitely slowed us in our tracks." said Thompson, talking about the delay for Supreme Ruler 1936.
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