Five years after release, Planetary Annihilation: Titans is still being updated

As Rock Paper Shotgun just lately identified, whilst Steam’s publicly voted Exertions of Love award for 2020 went to Counter-Strike: International Offensive, 5 years after its release Planetary Annihilation: Titans continues to be quietly being up to date for the sake of a small however devoted neighborhood.

The unique Planetary Annihilation was once a Kickstarted RTS that promised “General Annihilation-inspired gameplay on a planetary scale.” When launched in 2014 it was once just a little underwhelming, with dinky Little Prince planets that felt too small to provide a way of grandeur, and assaults that would come from any course whilst you attempted to stay observe of a couple of worlds making it concurrently really feel too large. On the time I performed 4 or 5 hours and idea perhaps it was once only a dangerous thought, then performed Perfect Commander as an alternative.

However builders Uber Leisure caught with it and launched Planetary Annihilation: Titans in 2015, a standalone growth that contained the whole thing of the unique recreation, with a raft of enhancements. Despite the fact that the unique crew moved on in 2018, probably the most builders shaped a mini-studio of their very own referred to as Planetary Annihilation Inc. to take over patches and steadiness updates, and feature been working common tournaments for its neighborhood ever since. There is a championship sequence with per 30 days tournaments working at the moment.

It won’t have set the arena on fireplace at liberate, and it nonetheless is probably not everybody’s cup of tea, however that roughly determination makes Planetary Annihilation: Titans appear to be an actual exertions of affection. Nonetheless, no less than the award wasn’t received via The Witcher three, which was once additionally nominated via its enthusiasts—a recreation whose best replace within the remaining 12 months was once the announcement of ray-tracing and sooner loading occasions to come back with a “next-gen version” in the future one day.

Thank you, RPS.

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