Hinted at and revealed on the Handleabra Stream. Assured that it is directly from GtG (no idea why it wouldn't be)
What would be Pro/Con versus having it on the wiki already?
For reference, this is Chokepoints Challenge Mode:
Pro: This is a wiki for all things that are speculated, revealed, unknown, and interesting in relations to Sentinel Comics. I think this qualifies. Cons: its not yet officially released. Counterpoint: They did allow Handelabra to tease it, so they are OK with it being out there.
I'm for it.
Handelabra hinted that it was done but the reveal was accidental not purposeful. Since I'm a video game playtester I know what this and Heroic Infinitor hace for their challenge modes. When I asked they said it's up to Christopher not them and that I could contact Christopher, however, outside of GtG playtester forum stuff any private messages I've sent never get a reply. --Sonvar (talk) 19:02, 9 February 2017 (CST)
I vote with Sonvar on waiting until an official release or the GTG folks giving the go-ahead. It wasn't phrased as an official announcement from Handelabra (they were even also unwilling to commit to talking about the other Termi-Nation folks besides AZ who they showed off), and the fact that they're previewing things suggests it will probably only be a few weeks to a couple months or so until it's done anyway. Might as well be nice and not steal anyone's thunder, since I don't think it costs us anything to be patient. Jeysie (talk) 05:10, 10 February 2017 (CST)
Yep! They asked the chat if they wanted to see Chokepoint or Heroic Infinitor played against, and the vote was for Chokepoint. They showed off Termi-Nation Bunker, too.
It was funny, apparently Jeremy told Christopher "We're streaming in 10 minutes, can I announce the thing?" and Christopher panicked and was like "You're streaming?! Oh no that means I forgot to upload the podcast!" because he didn't realize the stream got moved to Monday this week so Jeremy and his wife could enjoy Valentine's night together. XD Jeysie (talk) 03:25, 14 February 2017 (CST)