Space Engineers has sold over 1 million copies as far as I know. Valve's new revenue split policy means more profit for Keen's future sales. I think of this as big news in an already turbulent month of video gaming. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/valve-introduces-revenue-split-changes-231421770.html Epic Games is starting a competitive online store but only taking 12% of revenue. https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/04/f...steams-head-with-epic-games-store/?yptr=yahoo To mean this is big news. Game developers of Keen's size will be more profitable on Steam and even more so by jumping ship to Epic's platform. But the take away is that a Space Engineers 2 could be a much more profitable endeavor. Keen sent out a recent survey asking about future titles. So I feel this will play into the decision making greatly. If Keen switched to another service, besides Steam... would you subscribe if SE or SE2 was the anchor tenant? I'm just curious and in no way affiliated with any of the above besides being a subscriber. On the other hand, Bethesda is being raked over the coals for releasing Fallout '76 in such an incomplete state. How do you feel this will affect early-access titles and what qualifies for a "gold release?"