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Frozen Synapse 2 announced!

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We actually have no idea what they mean by "open world" at this point. It's probably very much still mission based as trying to traverse an entire world one turn at a time is about the silliest concept I've ever heard.

EDIT: I take it back, they said open world combat whatever in the email. So... yeah. I guess I am the silly one for assuming. I wonder how it will play. I am interested.

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I would so love to see more of these pause, plan your move, and then both turns occur simultaneously.  It's semi-turn based.  XCOM: Apocalypse was turn-based or real-time (with pause option), but FS seemed like a great mix.  I just couldn't get immersed in FS1 due to the graphics, though. This one looks better, but why not make it look great while experimenting with new gameplay options?

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Is it like we would get the same mission as given in the previous series of this game, I think this time it is going to be different but not sure about it, maybe going to have a diverse change in the middle, looking for the great. As I saw the trailer and it is amazing to have to look forward to having this soon.

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FS2 came out a month or two ago - I've not played it yet so I can't comment on the quality of the game itself (although I've bought it), but it's worth mentioning that the devs behind Frozen Synapse gave me a lot of advice during the development of Xenonauts that helped me stay sane / avoid making some really dumb mistakes. Personally, I think they're a company worth supporting :)

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