PAX West Panel Discussion

Sep 8, 2017

The PAX West video is here! Three panelists representing Ship of Heroes, Valiance Online, and City of Titans discuss the state of their respective games, and the nature of what each is developing, using City of Heroes and other MMOs as reference points.

The discussion took place on Sunday, September 3rd in the Cat Theater, during the PAX West 2017 convention.  The panel was moderated by Bicycle Walrus of DM21 Gaming, a gaming channel on YouTube.

Casey McGeever, CEO of Heroic Games, presented slides showing the key features that Ship of Heroes feels are critical to its success:

McGeever also revealed the current planned schedule for testing and community, including:

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