We want to focus this backer update not on individual pieces of content, but on the studio, our teams, and what each of our teams is working on. Our hope is that this will give backers deeper insight into where we are in terms of progress on our development goals. First, we need to break down a bit of how our dev team is structured.
In our last update, we revealed the Synedrion classes and some of their technology. In this update, we will be focusing on another of our factions, the Disciples of Anu. We know many of you have been eagerly anticipating this faction, and we’re excited to show you the Disciples of Anu and their visually unusual look.
As we are nearing the release of Phoenix Point and all of the elements we have been working on for the last 3 years are all coming together, we’re going to be posting these development updates on a more regular basis. They’re going to have a shorter format than the previous updates, but we still hope to show you lots of exciting things that you will be able to get your hands on in the release version of Phoenix Point.
In this update, we’re going to focus mainly on the Synedrion classes.
The Phoenix bases play a very important role in both terms of narrative and gameplay. From the title base, Phoenix Point down to all of the other bases you will discover and reactivate as you explore the world - it is vital that we really nail these player controlled facilities.
Finding and destroying these enemy bases will be fundamental to your success in the game. Both slowing down their progress, and ultimately working towards a campaign victory. One of the main design goals for these enemy bases was to give them an organic appearance.
Last week I (UV) took a trip to the studio in Sofia. Whilst there, I had the opportunity to walk around the entire studio and look at what each and every developer was working on. Below is a summary of my tour, along with descriptions of what everyone is working on.