Norwegian developer Fifth Season AS announced today that its sci-fi real time strategy game AD2460 will be changing from "persistent" to "round-based". This change is based on feedback received from the game's community which offered a variety of suggestions designed to save the game following a closure announcement back in October.
AD2460's player base rallied after the company made the announcement, coming up with a list of ideas, one of which is the change to the round-based system. Another is for the company to add more value for the money players are spending in game such as advantages in build and research times -- although they don't want the game to go Pay to Win.
Fifth Season AS will be making the change in a little under two weeks on December 6th. More information on AD 2460 is available on the official game site.
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