Update Changelog 2018-Mar-21

This week’s content update for the Closed Alpha environment contains a new feature for the Ruins, a new mission, improvements for the forums, and further preparations for saying goodbye to the Closed Alpha status in order to open registration for everyone soon! Read on to learn more about the latest version of Tau Station.

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The Catastrophe

Once upon a time, humanity will spread out through the galaxy. They will create massive jump gates to travel between star systems and will tunnel into enormous asteroids to populate with their millions. An era of prosperity will come about, where we want for nothing. In an instant, it will all come crashing down around us. Read on to find out more about the Catastrophe…

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The Richness of Tau Station

The complexity of Tau Station requires a huge amount of work and care. Extensive research and times goes into every aspect of the game. Be it scientific, historical, or otherwise, we strive to make the Tau Station universe believable and as realistic as possible to further the experience of immersion and enjoyment. Read on to learn more about the ways we spend the time needed to bring this realism into a sci-fi game set hundreds of years into the future…

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Update Changelog 2018-Mar-07

Another week of further game development has ended and the Closed Alpha environment got updated once more. The team has been working on several larger tasks that are needed to open the game soon. Today’s changelog shows you all new features and changes that were ready to go live this week. Among others, the rewards of six missions have been increased and the standard update day has been changed to Wednesdays.

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Tau Station Status Report: February 2018

February is over. Besides new features, a lot of improvements and fixes have been implemented. Time to look at some of the tasks that were performed last month, and in addition, this status report also provides a glimpse at the future! Around six weeks ago, the second wave of Closed Alpha Testers fastened their seat belts to join Tau Station. For March, it is planned to invite all remaining fans who signed up to our newsletter. Read on to learn what happens next …

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Update Changelog 2018-Feb-28

It’s the last week of February, and it’s time again to update Tau Station’s Closed Alpha environment. As with last week, new missions have been added. A lot of your reports resulted in changes and improvements this week as well. The game feedback has been improved and you can now reply to the very creative blog posts which several adventurers have created on their profile pages.

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Shop Grand Opening & Next Steps!

Tau Station has been in Closed Alpha since the beginning of January and we’ve been getting fantastic support from the first Community members who have joined the test. We’re very happy about all of the feedback and suggestions. Around 100 of all participants did the first feedback survey so far, and we’re happy to see an average rating of 7.4 even with the game still in its Alpha state. On top to that, the gaming activity and login frequency are awesome; some of you have already reached level 10+! It seems we have delivered something that you’ve been enjoying. In order to keep delivering it, we need your help!

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Update Changelog 2018-Feb-21

It’s time for our weekly tradition yet again: A new version of the Closed Alpha environment has been rolled out today. From now on, the changelog will be providing more details about the changes and improvements to missions. And, in addition to there being two brand new missions, rewards for tier level-ups have been sent to everyone who didn’t get them as intended, a new function makes it easier to report issues directly in the game, and more …

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A Treatise on the Nature of Simulated Sentience

Humanity finds itself in a position unique in its history. We, for the first time in our civilization’s life span, possess technology at our disposal that we no longer know how to craft. The knowledge of a number of technologies and systems that we utilize, the secrets behind their inner workings and prototype designs have been lost after the events of the Catastrophe.

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