Ladies and Metrocops,


It's been a while since I posted here, mainly because I'm super busy but also because sometimes it's easier to post directly to social media to get the word out quickly. This morning I've got like five minutes, so here's an article.

On July 30th, I posted a rather large video update. If you haven't seen that you can catch it here:

In the video I explain that from August 1st we were to begin alpha testing.


And we did! We had our first round of tests during the first week of August and it has been mighty useful. All of our testers clocked around 4 and a half hours playing time. Also we were able to collect around 131 snags and bugs, along with some decent top-down summaries of our tester's experiences from the first round.


Since that initial test blast we have been working very hard to fix critical bugs and tweak things. This is a process that will continue for a while longer before our next planned testing blast.


And that's how things are going to go for a while, I feel. We will test - fix and then test again until we're happy to move to beta. Please bare with us during this process as it is likely to be lengthy - and we can't really talk much about what is happening as it's all full of spoilers.

To keep you guys going, Trivvy put together a chapter six teaser the other day. Check it out!

Back to work for me! Thanks for your continued support, folks!



Hey everybody, I hope you are all staying safe and well in these extraordinary times. Life has been like a rollercoaster these last few months but we haven't stopped working on Entropy : Zero 2. We've had a lot of time to work on the mod itself, but not a lot of time to be public about what we're doing.


So here's a video update. Enjoy!



If you love Entropy Zero, please consider giving us a shoutout for Mod Appreciation Week 2020!

The Entropy : Zero 2 demo is now available! You can download it here. We are also including a Steam Art pack for players who wish to dress their library entry for EZ2. You can find that here. We have also packaged the demo with FGDs to help mappers get into the EZ2 mapping game early. Mod installation instructions are below, but check out this shiny new trailer first:

Installation 1) You will need to have Source SDK Base 2013 Singleplayer installed. 2) Extract the folder to your Steam/Steamapps/Sourcemods folder and restart Steam. The demo will then appear in your library. 3) Source SDK Base 2013 Singleplayer will need to be set to use the ‘upcoming’ beta. You can select this by right-clicking on Source SDK Base 2013 Singleplayer in Steam, clicking on the Betas tab and selecting ‘upcoming’ from the drop-down menu. Bug reporting and feedback We appreciate all constructive feedback. We will be actively collecting feedback through demo channels on our Discord server. Come and join us here.

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