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29 Aug 2018 11:36

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Source of the post I have some expertise with statistics on software development, and I can pretty confidently make an estimate of the release being between December and February.

I might have said this before but, it's pretty much confirmed that it will be released 2020 or maybe even still later.
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29 Aug 2018 11:56

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Source of the post pretty much confirmed that it will be released 2020

which SE team member said 2020?
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29 Aug 2018 15:15

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29 Aug 2018 16:06

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29 Aug 2018 22:05

Maybe the release of SE 0.990 will be a Christmas surprise! (Christmas 2019 or 2020 or 2021 ...)
 
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30 Aug 2018 06:07

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Maybe the release of SE 0.990 will be a Christmas surprise! (Christmas 2019 or 2020 or 2021 ...)


Not Christmas 2018?
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30 Aug 2018 06:16

Who knows. Maybe?
 
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30 Aug 2018 07:29

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Maybe the release of SE 0.990 will be a Christmas surprise! (Christmas 2019 or 2020 or 2021 ...)

That would certainly make a fantastic surprise for x-mas. Unfortunately I would also need to be surprised with a new gaming computer to go along with it :roll:.
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30 Aug 2018 07:38

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Source of the post I might have said this before but, it's pretty much confirmed that it will be released 2020 or maybe even still later.

Please don't post nonsense and mislead people with it, it benefits no one.
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30 Aug 2018 10:05

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03 Sep 2018 14:51

Mosfet wrote:
Source of the post which SE team member said 2020?

JackDole said "maybe this year, or next year, or maybe even later." But maybe I should've said something else.
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03 Sep 2018 21:11

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Source of the post JackDole said "maybe this year, or next year, or maybe even later." But maybe I should've said something else.

What he said is essentially the same as saying "between now and the end of time". It doesn't imply anything at all. If he, by your own admission, said "maybe this year" in his statement, then why would you say "2020 confirmed"?

Aside from that, he has no way of knowing when the release might be. If anyone besides SpaceEngineer or myself claims to know when a release is coming, they're making it up.
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04 Sep 2018 01:20

HarbingerDawn wrote:
Source of the post If anyone besides SpaceEngineer or myself claims to know when a release is coming, they're making it up.

Or maybe they are a time traveler!  ;)
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04 Sep 2018 09:07

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Source of the post What he said is essentially the same as saying "between now and the end of time". It doesn't imply anything at all. If he, by your own admission, said "maybe this year" in his statement, then why would you say "2020 confirmed"?

Ah yes, sorry for all the confusion guys, :( I sure hope we don't have to wait 'till the end of time just to get this next update. :P PS I said 2020 because that's what I felt was fairly reasonable, I didn't mean to say "confirmed", sorry again.
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04 Sep 2018 10:48

Propulsion Disk wrote:
Ah yes, sorry for all the confusion guys, :( I sure hope we don't have to wait 'till the end of time just to get this next update. :P PS I said 2020 because that's what I felt was fairly reasonable, I didn't mean to say "confirmed", sorry again.

I live in a black hole, so time is meaningless to me anyway. It's all good bro.
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