We made it!
The day has finally come. After many months, and more than a few delays(sorry!), Continuum 2.0 is officially available to all! It's been a long time coming, and we appreciate all your support along the way... but we aren't done yet. Not by a long shot.
We aren't done with Continuum. Development of 2.1 is already underway, with alpha builds of 2.1 coming to Alpha level donators early next month. 2.1 will be faster, more customizable and even more polished than 2.0. We will likely go over new features, optimizations and general changes coming in 2.1 in a future blog.
That's not all that's coming though, we have a few new products in development. The first is something we are currently calling Continuum RT... RT meaning Ray Traced. Yes, you heard that right. It will also be available to Alpha level donators starting next month. It's still in the early stages but we are excited about the possibilities opened up by using Ray Tracing to enhance your Minecraft experience! Here are a few teaser images...
If that wasn't exciting enough, we have more! For those of you that prefer the look and feel of 1.3, but find it to be too buggy, slow or too outdated in general, we hear you. We plan to revisit 1.3 and fix it up a bit; we will be adding a few new effects like TAA and just generally cleaning it up. We will be calling this Continuum Legacy. We will keep you guys updated on it's progress in the coming months!
And last, but certainly not least, we are proud to announce our own in house Resource Pack. We call it Stratum. It's being developed to support all of Continuum 2.0's features and will be available in a variety of different resolutions all the way up to 2048x. It is still in a fairly early state, so we don't have a whole lot to share with you right now, but more information will be available soon. In the meantime, here are some in-game screenshots of some of the current 2K textures with Continuum 2.0 for you to enjoy.
We will be making a lot of changes to the site in the upcoming weeks/months. Tutorials will be getting much needed updates, a FAQ will be added, some general system requirements for our different products, and more. We hope these changes will improve your experience using our site. If you have any suggestions for improvements to the site please let us know on one of our social media accounts, our Discord or email us at email@example.com.
Thank you all for sticking with us. We hope you continue to do so as we go forward with more updates for Continuum and our other projects! - Continuum Graphics Team