Please continue that discussion here. Thanks!No, we won't know what they are doing until activity starts showing in steam which won't happen until closer to release of a DLC. But something is happening in steam. It appears that Planet Coaster is being updated, if you look under depots under branches you will see dev_release and dev_final which were updated 4 days ago. Also, look under history. Over the past two months there were changes to the changenumber https://steamdb.info/app/493340/history/ I don't know if this means they are working on anything.
Thank you so much for doing these livestreams in the past 3 1/2 years, Bo, Chanté, Steggs, Will, Paige, and all of the wonderful developers and other staff working at Frontier. I have enjoyed every second of the streams. Of course also a big thank you to the community managers behind the scenes, such as Paul, and formerly Zac (Head of Community Management during the early days) and former CM's Ed and Brett.Thank you for joining us for the final Planet Coaster Wednesday evening livestream. We will never be able to thank our wonderful community enough for joining us on these streams for the last three years. You can watch it back here:Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiIPGEMpKqk
Please join us on the future Planet Zoo Wednesday evening livestreams, and we will still be going live every Tuesday at 12PM UTC with Planet Coaster, so you can tune in then too.
They're reserving space for Planet Zoo. Planet Coaster is now only streamed to Twitch. Unfortunately, at a time when many spectators have to work.But why are the Wednesday livestreams ending? That doesn't mean that Planet Coaster is near the end of support, does it?
Planet Coaster will still be streamed to YouTube, Mixer and Twitch during our Tuesday 12PM UTC slot! We have been doing this for a few months now, all of the recent Tuesday streams are available to watch back on YouTube. If we can't see people in the live chat, we'd love to see them in the comments!They're reserving space for Planet Zoo. Planet Coaster is now only streamed to Twitch. Unfortunately, at a time when many spectators have to work.
Planet Coaster now ran over 3 years almost every Wednesday on YouTube. So if we expect 3 more years for Planet Zoo, then we know in something when PlanCo 2 will be released.