Supreme Commander 2 Gets A Major Update Out Of Nowhere

Supreme Commander 2 has been a game that’s long been left for dead, or so everyone thought. Today, the game saw the release of a major new patch that overhauls its economic and resource systems. The update also changes the way the AI works with a new neural network dataset that improves pathfinding, use of transports, scouting, aggressiveness, and attack and defense priorities.

Also improved are the game’s networking functions, game balance, and numerous tweaks to each of the three playable factions.

The patch is available on Steam to owners of the game. You can read the full patch notes here.

According to Steve Bauman, senior designer at Gas Powered Games, the patch has been in the works at the studio for the past two years and that the timing of its release has no significance to the studio’s recent acquisition by Wargaming.net (via PC Gamer).

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1 Comment on Supreme Commander 2 Gets A Major Update Out Of Nowhere

quicktooth

On March 19, 2013 at 11:19 pm

Good on you, everyone :) . I’m glad the studio is still Powering Supreme Commander. My bro really REALLY likes the games, I’ll spread the news :)