You are going to release the game, full price and non-early access, end of July, where you already say that development is halted to a stop, and less than five months later you’re killing off support too?
That’s a bold strategy Cotton. I doubt it will work out. I’ve always been a bit of a pessimist, as is widely known, but I think this is the final nail in the coffin for the game. There isn’t an active or big enough modding community to keep it alive, nor are there enough people to actively pursue and push the boundaries of modding. A five month window for API requests is ridiculously short given those circumstances.
For all intents and purposes, and without being angry, sad, or anything - as I’ve kind of stopped caring about the game’s future for some time, due to the clouds on the horizon - it feels like rats deserting the sinking ship. It’s been overdue and I’m not saying it’s not logical (because let’s face it, given the delay and the issues during development, it is), but it still hurts a bit. There’s a lot of wasted potential.
Good luck with your future endeavours - and I hope you’ve taken some notes during this little exercise.