Seeing as people have been showing interest in this topic recently, I feel that some things may need to be cleared up.I apologise in advance...
The "Unreal Episodes" as they have been concepted by Delacroix will most probably never meet the light of day for the simple fact that there is just too much
When Delacroix first asked if I would be interested in joining forces with Dozey's team, I was relieved because I thought I might finally have a chance of releasing my project with my full vision realised, and not have to try and do absolutely everything myself.
As the months went on I was to realise that Delacroix was aiming to create an incredibly complex story arc incorporating every single canonic and non-canonic event related to Unreal - including a revamp of the original Unreal itself. Eventually the 2 original projects sprouted off into somewhere around 8 or 9 different episodic releases, which this essentially 4-man team was supposed to produce.
It didn't help along the way, however, that Delacroix would also pull out additional "propaganda projects": essentially work that would supposedly get us more support and members on the team - which we needed. This included an overhaul of the huge Csejtse map pack (to be completed by yours truly).
At some point in 2015 I became disallusioned with the project after the realisation that most of the story ideas, dialogue scripts etc. were basically straight-up rips from popular culture - ranging from Pulp Fiction
to Mass Effect
In addition to this, more recently I and others have noticed that several "canned" assets aquired for recycling in the project by Delacroix, were never actually given premission to be included in the first place.
That being said,
for those who are still interested, I do still have plans for a (rather more vanilla) release of Operation: Stealth Claw.
Just... don't get your hopes up about it
I'd also like to take this opportunity to apologise to any people I've let down in the past few years in terms of promised help or content (Bleeder, Sat42, Mr.Prophet, Resurgence).
I believed I could do more than I did.
Here's to better days ahead