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Hi there, if you don't know (in 99,9% that's the case^^) me im Kilian. Im currently studying 3D Art and Animation and im part of a project group called "Project 0814". We are a group of 5 people from the university and we want to start a indie company and develop our first game. By doing this survey we hope to get an in depth view of the current gaming market and extracting a potential consumer group. So if you're interested, bored or have time please check out our survey hosted by Google Forms! https://goo.gl/forms/4FiJwM5PbA3tlCd12 The survey takes approximately 5 - 10 Minutes and is completely anonymously but you can give us your spam mail if you want to hear from us in the future. And if this survey post is against the rules please delete but I couldn't find any reasons in the rules. Thank you in advance, Kilian Edit: Changed title because of potential confusion.
Hi guys, I was wondering if its already pointed out, how the distribution of the game data is going to work. I for myself still got the Battleforge-folder with all its files on my computer, but I think just a few people do. As far as I know EA still holds the rights on the game itself. So distributing game data would be a copyright infringement? Or did EA allow you to distribute game data? Dont get me wrong. I'm talking of the game itself - not updates or self-written serverfiles. EA hit the community project of Battlefield Revive a few days ago, because they were distributing the game itself: https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2017/10/27/old-battlefied-games-killed-after-ea-legal-warning/