Alexander Blade is requested
Alexander we need backup from Rockstar attacking us with new update, i repeat we need backup !
@21scar just an FYI, based on a forum post on another forum, AB is presently in the Ukraine or possibly elsewhere so while I'm sure he'll update SH5 for you, staying alive is likely his priority right now.
Edit. Just noticed ban. Hmm.
who is realy Alexander Blade ? I doubt he is a real guy, I think it is a nickname for a collective... too much scrips analysed, too much native named... what a work for one sole man in the middle of a war with maybe a connection or not and a computer or not...
If I'm wrong, I want a statue for this guy... and if I'm right, Thank you guys for this wonderful work...
@gus-solo said in Alexander Blade is requested:
too much scrips analysed,
You're right about that. If you do some research you'll see that all these pioneers like Blade, Crosire, and OpenIV collaborated and worked as teams...
But all indications point to one person, obviously Blade is likely a nickname, maybe from the vampire series.
well... wathever if I'm right or wrong, it's a fantastic work and guy or guys (and/or girls), thank you again
and if he is realy in Ukrain... хай живе україна !
Whoever they are, their team is very obviously US-based, and particularly the East Coast (sorry, Los Santos): new ScriptHook updates are nearly always released around 9 a.m. ET, just like this one today.
@Nightshade_501 not a chance in hell. Blade is in the Ukraine, OpenIV is a Russian team and this is confirmed in the lawsuit against them.
Americans don't decrypt software, Russians do.
Also, Blade clearly states on his site he is involved with the development of OpenIV. Whether he is Ukrainian or a Russian living in the Ukraine is unknown and not relevant. All we know is the Ukraine is not part of New England.
@JohnFromGWN Suppose they forgot to make any language version of their website other than English then.
@Nightshade_501 no, actually they are all based in New York City.
I'm just making shit up, but you caught me.
@JohnFromGWN No, I'm actually surprised they didn't make those versions in their languages. Coders (especially in Eastern & Central Europe) rarely forget about such things.
They didn't forget. Just scroll down on the right.