Now that we know the AI is working, I have to go back and undo many of the campaign changes put in place that were an attempt to make the AI respond, but the mod is finally alive and kicking.
We need to test and polish a bit more, but this makes us a lot closer to where we want to be.
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After weeks and months of testing, and trying to figure out how to get the AI to react as a human does in a galactic environment, the PR team have finally achieved a significant AI breakthrough: The AI now aggressively attacks independent planets, takes worlds, builds fleets, and stomps all over unwary humans if given half a chance.
The AI equasions to do this have been in place do this for years, but for months the AI has lain dormant, effectively asleep.
We have tried hundreds of different ideas to get the AI to activate - all to no effect. The frustrating answer, familiar to most modders out there is simple.
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