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planetbase 2 next?
is planetbase 2 next on the devs dinner plate?

omg i wanna know badly lol
Originally posted by martiño:
We don't rule it out at some point, but right now we are focused on Dawn of Man :)
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i know that already (on wishlist) but ive been told by either a dev or someone else that there will be a planetbase 2
Last edited by Total1Biscuit; Aug 25 @ 8:19pm
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martiño  [developer] Aug 26 @ 2:41am 
We don't rule it out at some point, but right now we are focused on Dawn of Man :)
Hell yea thank you. i will def get dawn of man when it comes out! no doubt
Menzagitat Aug 26 @ 11:39am 
People could buy Dawn of Man to support Planet Base 2 :)
The Maddog Aug 28 @ 12:54am 
Originally posted by martiño:
We don't rule it out at some point, but right now we are focused on Dawn of Man :)


I fully intend to buy Dawn of Man just on the merits of Planetbase alone (and I'm sure I'll enjoy it just as much) but man am I hoping on some more Planetbase one day be it a DLC expansion or sequel.


Or open up modding.... I'd like to make new 3d assetts
Personally I would want to see Planetbase 2 to have more mechanics. Personally a transit system is going to be needed as walking is too ineffecient as you head into the late game. Also, there should be a priority for getting stuff on the landing pads and spaceports (as well as those on the colony ship) to the storage units.

Another suggestion: 'Taller' facilities, specifically facilities that are partially underground. They'll cost more both in construction (time and resources) and upkeep (energy and water for Ox generators, energy for pretty much everything else) but have far more space for components than their dome-only betheren (and with more components, means more maintenance costs!). So a 'Vertical Farm' -basically a maxed-out biodome that goes partially underground- can practically feed the vegie needs of dozens of people at LEAST but has tremendous energy and water costs!
Originally posted by GameMaster:
Personally I would want to see Planetbase 2 to have more mechanics. Personally a transit system is going to be needed as walking is too ineffecient as you head into the late game. Also, there should be a priority for getting stuff on the landing pads and spaceports (as well as those on the colony ship) to the storage units.

Another suggestion: 'Taller' facilities, specifically facilities that are partially underground. They'll cost more both in construction (time and resources) and upkeep (energy and water for Ox generators, energy for pretty much everything else) but have far more space for components than their dome-only betheren (and with more components, means more maintenance costs!). So a 'Vertical Farm' -basically a maxed-out biodome that goes partially underground- can practically feed the vegie needs of dozens of people at LEAST but has tremendous energy and water costs!


If you've not played it....go try Aven Colony. Has a lot of what you are saying and is in the same vein as Planetbase.
you know whats stupid? i copied and pasted the game name you typed maddog. and it showed on the store page i selected "ignored"

wtf is wrong with me lol thanks for post
Last edited by Total1Biscuit; Oct 7 @ 10:22pm
Originally posted by The Maddog:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
Personally I would want to see Planetbase 2 to have more mechanics. Personally a transit system is going to be needed as walking is too ineffecient as you head into the late game. Also, there should be a priority for getting stuff on the landing pads and spaceports (as well as those on the colony ship) to the storage units.

Another suggestion: 'Taller' facilities, specifically facilities that are partially underground. They'll cost more both in construction (time and resources) and upkeep (energy and water for Ox generators, energy for pretty much everything else) but have far more space for components than their dome-only betheren (and with more components, means more maintenance costs!). So a 'Vertical Farm' -basically a maxed-out biodome that goes partially underground- can practically feed the vegie needs of dozens of people at LEAST but has tremendous energy and water costs!


If you've not played it....go try Aven Colony. Has a lot of what you are saying and is in the same vein as Planetbase.
Eh, have it and it's more simplistic in some ways compared to Planetbase...

Originally posted by Total1Biscuit:
you know whats stupid? i copied and pasted the game name you typed maddog. and it showed on the store page i selected "ignored"

wtf is wrong with me lol thanks for post
It's different than Planetbase, and people are basically numbers in that game...
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