Will Steam users get access to PS3 versions assets?

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I've seen some news here and there about console versions for certain consoles being cancelled so not sure if they are still doing this or not. But in the articles I noticed new battlebacks.


Just wondering if those will be updated to our versions if/when the console version(s) finally release.

If they are, when is the console releases?
 

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not unless Degica decides to remake the assets - which they rarely do, because it requires a lot more work than just copying files.
When the DS-Packages were made available, almost all of the files had to be remade from zero because the RPG-Maker for DS used different formats.
If there is enough interest they might do it but I consider that unlikely.
 

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Do you think the same terms would apply? As in (you must own....) to use?

Because wouldn't that be a hard copy (RPG Maker MV - LE)?

I guess it doesn't matter, we will find out eventually. I just wonder though because I've seen one particular battleback that would fit perfectly with a dungeon of ours that has sadly gone through 2 commission attempts and flopped both times - costing us over $200 :(. Assuming it will still be released within the next 8 months-ish we could simply cancel our attempts at having this BG made and use the LE edition if allowed to.
 

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