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Dmitry Yudo aka Overlord, jack of all trades
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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Overlord in GameOverCast

Guys from GameOverCast asked me several questions during Eurogamer show. The interview is at 1:06:16.


PS: apologies for my bad accent :) and the sound quality, guys had some recording issues.

25 comments:

  1. Dear Overlord. Can you implement some kind of map filter, so we can choose few maps we absolutely hate and don't want to play? Its very annoying to play some same map every second game, but see your favorite map once a week.

    Other game's matchmaking systems give you a choice to choose the map, or at least, choice leave lobby before the game starts in case you don't like chosen map.

    WOT is probably only game I know of, that forces players to play the map they dislike.

    On unpopular maps, many players afk/camp or going kamikaze already. Others just freak out and curse the WG devs, matchmaking system or the game itself.

    Either way, its very annoying.
    Please, give us some more options.

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  2. Wow, Overlord, why did you delete my post?

    It was constructive critisism for your choice of media source god damnit

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  3. Kampfwurst,

    try downloading the file, don't open it at once.

    PS: I provided you the link to the original source.

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  4. Not Available,

    there is such thought. It is under discussion.

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  7. Haha Dezix, sorry Overlord didnt point out that WOT interview is 1h6mins in!

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  8. Im gonna listen to the whole now. :D

    47 min now

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  9. Aha so Overlord didnt talk until the end! Np still funny :D:D:D:D:D

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  10. Well not much useful info. Overlord when WoWP alpha testers get email with the download link etc?

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  11. Dear Overlord, You dont respond in older post, so I write my question again, it's about 2012 Mystery Revealed 12.09.2011:
    I have one question,
    "tank destroyers Marder III, Dickermax, Nashorn, Sturer Emil, Jagdpanzer E-100 Q4 2011 "
    Does tech tree will look like this one?
    http://statcdn.worldoftanks.eu/comeu_v16/uploads/eu_art/tank_trees/germany_tree_full%28eu%29.jpg
    I mean Tank destroyers line.

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  12. Will the developers meet the deadline of the French LT/MT/HT, German TD, Russian TD and Panzer IV Hydro on time (i.e. Q4 2011), seeing as 7.0 will possibly be a "tankless" update?

    - Khagan

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  13. Q: Well not much useful info. Overlord when WoWP alpha testers get email with the download link etc?

    A: Have you sent your NDA back? If so, you will be given access shortly.

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  14. Trainmaker,

    yes, excatly this way.

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  15. Q: Will the developers meet the deadline of the French LT/MT/HT, German TD, Russian TD and Panzer IV Hydro on time (i.e. Q4 2011), seeing as 7.0 will possibly be a "tankless" update?

    A: If smth goes wrong, we will sacrifice TDs and reschedule them for next year.

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  16. Sorry? What's wrong with your accent?

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  17. Overlord said...

    Q: Will the developers meet the deadline of the French LT/MT/HT, German TD, Russian TD and Panzer IV Hydro on time (i.e. Q4 2011), seeing as 7.0 will possibly be a "tankless" update?

    A: If smth goes wrong, we will sacrifice TDs and reschedule them for next year.

    Now I'm worried that you understaffed maybe use the money from the million Lowe's that were bought?

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  18. Overlordy
    NO subs in WOBS !!!!!!!!!!! you mad?
    So why do we have SPG'S in WOT ?

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  19. Agreed on submarines. Let them in, just make them insanely expensive, and allow only 1 per team. Or have a particular game mode where a lot would be allowed, like "Hunt the Wolfpack" or something.

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  20. I'm guessing the "SPG" of WoBS is going to aircraft carriers...? and it, is admittedly, World of BATTLESHIPS, and things meant to KILL battleships, subs were never really used in naval battles, they were ninja support ship exterminators. they killed supply ships and their escorts.

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  21. Well if i'm wrong but please correct me - US subs vertually won the war in the pacific - over 200 warships and over 1000 merchant navy ships where downed by subs in the pacific.
    Submarines have long been underrated in their ww2 contribution.

    Get them in - they are part of naval history and to exlude them is just madness..

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