While reception of the game has been fairly critical thus far, Frost Giant Studios seems very receptive and willing to implement based on fan feedback. It is difficult to fault the RTS community for having a skeptical eye, given the state of the RTS community. An article on on PCGamesN discusses the prospect of an “RTS for everyone,” which almost paradoxically goes against the wishes of the more hardcore parts of the community. It brings concerns to other RTS projects, making claims like the reduction of the high APM demands which, while great for inclusivity, is repulsive to members who have been playing RTS since the series became popular two decades ago. That said, the above game Zero Space—much like Stormgate— was also designed by previous professionals who have worked on and played StarCraft II. Stay tuned for more information and updates on Stormgate and the rest of the developing competitive RTS space.
As announced at gamescom, @FrankKlepacki will be forging the sound of the Infernal armies when Hell marches on Earth in @PlayStormgate. 🤘👿🤘 Coming to Steam: https://t.co/PcQm27JRwN pic.twitter.com/SlEOjyrvg3— Stormgate (@PlayStormgate) August 25, 2023