This morning, we’re finally showing off more about what we’ve been up to. You’ve seen a little content and now you know the name. We haven’t opened the vault all the way yet, but that’s coming very soon. All that being said, you probably want to know more.
It’s necessary to acknowledge a few things here. One of the obvious bits is simply that making games is hard. A lot of you have been out there for some time now with words of encouragement, shared excitement, and a spectrum of expectations. We hope you like what were serving up. There’s lots more to come, but hopefully this will slake some of the thirst.
We’re also going to take a moment and acknowledge our own excitement. Sure making games is hard, but it’s also AWESOME. It’s exhilarating. It’s frightening. A lot of folks here at V1 have been around this block a few times. Some haven’t. Will people like it? What if people DO like it? Do WE like it? You get the idea. It’s exciting.
On to gratitude. All of us here at V1 also want to give a hearty shout-out to our friends at Private Division, without whom, none of this would be possible. Lotta love there.
We also want to thank all of you. Anyone who’s been keeping on eye on us up to now, or just tuning in. The finish line is a few miles out, but it’s coming up fast. Hang in there with us. After all, the more you put into something, the more you get out of it.
Things are going to start moving really fast. The train has pulled away from the station and we’re picking up speed. If we’re doing our part correctly, you’ll start hearing our names, the studio’s name, the game’s name and any number of tidbits about what’s coming. We encourage you to keep an eye on our social sites and right here on our website for the real scoop.
You might be walking away from this message wondering about the game. That’s good. We’ll have plenty more to tell you soon.
On behalf of everyone here at V1, we hope you’re getting as excited as we are. We hope you’re digging what you’re seeing. Thanks for bearing with us this far and we hope you stick around for some time to come.
- The V1 Team
(It’s worth noting that the above image includes V1 FTEs. We want to acknowledge our contractors and interns as well. They play a huge part in making Disintegration and you should know their names;
Thornton Prime, Tony Arechiga, Bill Obasi, Melissa Chan, Sam Hardin, Angela Wu, Kipling Knox, Jason Pickthall, Neil Blevins & Jon Everist.)