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Discussion in 'Command Ops Series' started by David Heath, Feb 15, 2017.
Hey no problem, I have always been an avid supporter of L:nL. I do like the convenience of having the game on Steam. But if they're not getting what they think their games are worth I will always purchase from their website!
Hi guys. Was there a further update re Steam keys for LnL registered customers? I purchased the original CO2 Commander's Pack and have since also purchased Westwall.
If Steam is still some time away, how can I get hold of a current Install for the Commander's Pack edition? I have a new PC to set up and am buggered if I can locate a copy of the installer anywhere on my existing machine. Must have scrubbed it for some reason, or just not be looking for the file/name correctly.
The site you be up today and you can redownload your game if needed. The steam keys are almost here we are not 100% done with that.
So, about those Steam keys. Any progress?
Never ending story...
Steam keys would be nice but I'm more interested in the Russian-German conflict and mounted ops.
I've been satisfied with LnL's release of patches to sustain the CO2 engine and am content to search for user scenarios without the assistance of Steam.
Steam keys this Thursday or Friday according to the programmer. On the new releases of Command Ops that is all in Dave's hands.
Awesome!! Thanks David and the programmer.
Thanks! I know I've been a bit difficult (and I stand by 'don't say something will be 'soon' in February when really you mean 'end June') but I do appreciate this is extra effort nobody's being paid for.
Well, except for the fact that I'm way more likely to spend more money now I can get everything under Steam.
I see that Steam offers all modules with a discount. Can we also expect such a discount in the store on this site?
No, we run sales at different times on different sites.
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Really? Sounds rather odd, but okay.
Any news on the keys?
Yep... Develper forgot to add the word "next"... What he really meant was: They will be ready next Thursday... But the question remains which "next" he meant...
Then the question remains why he posted "this" Thursday or Friday
I think that this "this" was added by David not by programmer
Oh language, the destroyer of hope
I fully realize programming plans often do not go as planned, but some status update would now be appropriate.