Aspyr: CoD2 Alpha, Civ4 First Playable, Q4 GM
8:32 AM | Andy Largent | 13 comments
Aspyr Media has updated the project status page for a number of their in-progress game titles. Fans will be excited to know that Call of Duty 2 and Civilization IV have moved out of early development and are now in alpha and first playable stages, respectively.
Both of these titles are too early still in development to know their exact system requirements. Brad Oliver has commented some on the development of Civilization IV in his blog, concerning coding practices and middleware for the game, so give that a read if you're seeking more information.
Additionally, Quake IV and The Sims 2: Nightlife are now considered Gold Master and should be shipping soon. While Nightlife will need much the same requirements as the original Sims 2, Quake IV will tax many a gamer's system. Here are the final minimum and recommended requirements:For more information on all of these titles, check out the Aspyr site. And watch IMG for the latest as these games head into stores.
IMG News: Oliver of Civ IV Tech
Call of Duty 2
The Sims 2: Nightlife
Buy Call of Duty 2
Buy Civilization IV
Buy Quake 4
Buy The Sims 2: Nightlife
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