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Player Created Items for In-Game Consideration: Concept, process, thoughts.

BrimstoneBrimstone Member
edited December 2020 in General Discussion
Not sure this has been discussed already - I searched and didn't find anything.

I'd love to know if making the textures/modeling available to artistic players could be considered. It would allow players to create fun visuals and learn the technology for personal use, however... for those especially talented designers, incredible things could be created - and if they are lucky - included for in-game use.

Pottery, weapons, clothing, housing materials, anything/everything.

There would be no promise or expectation that someone's work would be accepted.

However... if something is created and becomes overwhelmingly supported by the player community, and the devs feel it is truly exceptional, it could find it's way into the game.

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  • Wandering MistWandering Mist Moderator, Member, Founder, Kickstarter, Alpha One
    Thread moved from Community Creations to General Discussion.
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  • I heard of design events in some games where some designs were actually turned into costumes in-game.

    Sounds interesting.
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  • maouwmaouw Member, Alpha One, Adventurer
    In the games where I've seen this done, they usually have to put some sort of agreement into the EULA that any ideas you generate belong to the company - otherwise the company becomes susceptible to lawsuits if a creator gets particularly greedy.

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  • yeah, can't wait to see Jhon Cena themed weapons or anime freeholds.... :D
  • CrosimCrosim Member
    edited December 2020
    it worked pretty good in warframe.

    https://warframe.fandom.com/wiki/TennoGen
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