Post by Dan @ 10:39am 27/05/14 | 8 Comments
We missed this one last week, but news is slow today on account of North American public holiday weekend, so here you go.
Continuing its tradition of unorthodox game development, Natural Selection 2 developer Unknown Worlds Entertainment has permitted a community team to continue development of the multiplayer shooter while they focus on their next game, Subnautica (thanks Rock, Paper, Shotgun).
A detailed forum post by explains that a community dev team -- referring to themselves as NS2CDT -- consisting of 14 Natural Selection 2 players from around the world, will be working on forthcoming patches for the game.
It means that now with Unknown World’s blessing, we as a community can forge patch 266. We can hopefully start to incorporate the best the community has to offer, such as bug fixes and popular features...with many more ideas for the future!Open game development seems like a great idea. Hopefuly they don't make a mess of it, so we can see more of this kind of thing.
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