Will you be selling on Steam next year? It's a bit exciting to think about it

#21

Steam is still useful for providing infrastructure, like patching, order processing, dealing with many local regulations, VAT processing, tax reporting, community services…

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#22

Thus I:B is a AAA-like game so… not like a random indie game

#23

In what parallel universe is IBS a AAA title with millions in funding and millions of people in following?

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#24

AAA-like in terms of quality. And I say like not title

#25

Show me a game of this quality (graphics, network, physics, seamless open world true to scale…) not AAA of course

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#26

I found this an interesting commentary on the new function of releasing on steam as an indie game. Give people what they want and steam amplifies your marketing a shitton, but its not like it used to be, just get on steam and get exposure automatically.

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#27

Got a question for devs and community.
So If the game get listed on steam , or other dematerialization (DEMAT) plateforms , to get more exposure.

Will it be some "community market " open to trade some items ? :
(vessels skins, customisation kit (like need for speed garage like , rare items ect …) ?
Secondary market like dota 2 with community mod incentive ?

Or maybe later in few years, that is not priority ,
Any toughts ? thanks for reply.

#28

We’re planning on releasing our own virtual marketplace at some point. There is still a lot of internal debate over when exactly we would do this and how it’ll be implemented but it’s definitely something on the TODO list.

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#29

Can’t wait. You know what you could sell? Space Mobile Homes! And also a ship to take them around and drop them off on a planet’s surface. You could talk about how modular they’ll be. Then a few months later say they aren’t going to be modular, and instead sale “variants”. Including a Double Wide variant and a super fancy Triple Wide variant, that will have all the Space Luxury your Space Mobile Home needs!

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#30

I hope to have a payment method in China.

#31

inovae studio , IPO , ICO , security tokens soon … or not ? :moneybag: .
next 21 century fundraising , keep and eye on it , and get your stock broker if it apply.
if not , that is fine too.

#32

Could you please elaborate? Is credit card payment not available in China? Would PayPal work better? If China has unique payment requirements we’re largely unaware of these so any additional insight you could provide would be extremely helpful for us to provide a better experience for Chinese users.

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#34

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The «Steam / GOG» thing…
#35

The common payment method in China is Alipay or WeChat payment.

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#36

Thanks for the info!