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6e Errata ETA?

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« Reply #15 on: (19:18:53/10-08-19) »
Cyberpunk 2077 is released. I anticipate that its release will grow overall interest in the cyberpunk genre, and TTRPG players who have stuck to more "standard" RPGs may start looking into things like CPRed, Shadowrun, The Sprawl, etc.

I think Final Fantasy VII's release may do that, too, but to a lesser effect (Since there is no Final Fantasy VII TTRPG)

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« Reply #16 on: (19:35:14/10-08-19) »
Ah, of course. I'm not much of a video gamer, but I will pick up Cyberpunk 2077 and hope it runs on my relic of a computer.

Thanks for elaborating. I wouldn't be surprised if you're correct about overall interest growing as a result of this release, considering it is a big name title by a well regarded company based on a beloved setting.

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« Reply #17 on: (21:55:56/10-08-19) »
(Since there is no Final Fantasy VII TTRPG)

There is this.

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« Reply #18 on: (04:24:46/10-09-19) »
Flashbacks to waiting for No Man's Sky updates...

Still, if it's big, I have hope

Edit: Actually, I doubt anyone can confirm this, but can anyone confirm if the next set of errata will arrive before April 2020?
There is only 1 person who decides on the date, so no absolute statements can be provided.
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« Reply #19 on: (04:51:42/10-09-19) »
Edit: Actually, I doubt anyone can confirm this, but can anyone confirm if the next set of errata will arrive before April 2020?
There is only 1 person who decides on the date, so no absolute statements can be provided.
Seems like that one person could, then. Whether they choose to do so or not, that's a different story.

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« Reply #20 on: (13:33:44/10-09-19) »
Seems like that one person could, then. Whether they choose to do so or not, that's a different story.

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« Reply #21 on: (03:19:29/10-10-19) »
Seems like that one person could, then. Whether they choose to do so or not, that's a different story.

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« Reply #22 on: (04:09:16/10-10-19) »
We have a volunteer! *Goes Aztech on Singularity*
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« Reply #23 on: (13:43:58/10-10-19) »
We have a volunteer! *Goes Aztech on Singularity*

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« Reply #24 on: (11:50:15/10-13-19) »
You could try messaging him on Facebook when he is on. He has responded to me in the past but it wasn't on the topic of release dates. He probably wouldn't answer a question like that.