It’s the end of the year, and it’s an interesting time to reflect on our progress and where we are going.
On September 12th we integrated a new Syndicate storage to the Ruins. Today, it’s time to share with you some exclusive insights about storage, buildings, campaigns, raids, wars and more!
Today, the Open Alpha has been available for 100 days. What a journey.
Definitely not a swift one but an amazing one nonetheless.
July was a month filled with it a lot of progress.
The Tau Station teams are happy and working well together, taking us closer one day at a time closer to the Alpha that we so want to offer you. A few more months of work done at this pace, and we will be able to welcome our first players.
Yes, Alpha is getting closer every day, and we are exited to announce when it will happen very soon. Stay tuned and register for our newsletter for a chance to be one of the first explorers on Tau Station.
June has drawn to a close Tau Station has continued to grow and evolve. There is, of course, still much to do, but seeing progress taking shape fuels our passion to soldier on! The new status report shows you how much we achieved the last month.
Each week brings more results, and the Universe of Tau Station is taking shape day after day. It’s a beautiful feeling that we love to share with you!
Clones and cloning are unique elements found in Tau Station. They are an integral part of our universe, serving as both interesting plot devices and essential parts of game play. Knowing how important they are to your experience, we’ve also had our art team craft visuals that help illustrate the cloning process in details that go beyond imagination.
March is winding down and we’re wrapping up another month’s work on Tau Station. We’ve made some exciting progress this month, including adding more features to the mission builder and nailing down a format for displaying information across the game in a way that both fits with our aesthetic and supports our commitment to accessibility. These improvements, along with other work done this month, pave the way forward for even greater progress on the universe.
February has drawn to close and Tau Station’s universe has continued to grow and evolve. In some ways, it’s been a tough month. We’ve been reviewing all our processes and identifying where we need to change our approach in order to meet our development goals. This has meant reevaluating priorities, changing our focus in a couple areas, and generally pushing harder on timelines. The results have absolutely been worth it, though, and we’re seeing that difficult work delivering results. We wrapped up the month with some big additions and improvements to gameplay, accomplished our first major data migration between servers, and we’ve built up a solid momentum for moving forward. Enjoy the new status report about February.
We love a good story. The art of storytelling predates even that of the written word, and we’re pretty sure humanity’s tales will be here long after we’re gone, possibly for some alien race to pore over and ponder what kind of weird and wonderful creatures we once were.
More specifically, the narrative is one of the core pillars of Tau Station and we consider it in every aspect of game development and universe building. Through Tau Station’s missions you’ll discover the stories of its universe – its histories, its people; the living, breathing, and evolving culture of a human civilization on life support. Below, we’ll give you a peek at three of these missions that deal with different aspects of a galactic post-apocalyptic society.