Project Spark levels already rivalling games on the market today says Team Dakota
Project Spark may still be in closed beta at the moment but Microsofts build-your-own-game title is already capturing the imaginations of its players.
Michael Saxs Persson, studio manager at Team Dakota the developers behind the game has been talking about what they've been seeing so far in the Project Spark beta an it does sound very promising.
“We look at Project Spark as a game that will never truly be finished. The directions we can take the game are nearly infinite, and we plan on continuing to grow and evolve the game over time, based on input from our community,” he said. “We’ve already seen the community create some truly amazing levels. Stuff that is already starting to rival games on the market today, after just over a month in beta.”
Persson continued, “Are there still things we can do to make it easier for people to learn, sure, and we’re working on that. But at the fundamental level, people really ‘get’ Project Spark, and are already exceeding our expectations in what they’re creating. The most frequently heard phrase in the office is, ‘How did they create THAT?’”
Thanks All Things Xbox.
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