Upcoming Congress Infinity – Version Ericson – 2.0.2

Hi everyone,

This post will keep track of changes to the upcoming version of Congress Infinity v. Ericson – 2.0.2, and includes an estimated release date for it (as with any estimate, this can change).

Est. release date: Saturday, May 16th PST.

Note: this release is for all owners.

Changes so far (this list will be updated as changes are implemented on this side, these changes will not be available until the version is released):

  • Large number of changes to the interface
  • Bug fixes
  • Surrogates can fundraise
  • 2016 > Senate > Florida-3 > Marco Rubio -> Ron DeSantis, Strength 4 -> 3, 53% -> 50%
  • 2016 > Senate > Florida-3 > Debbie Wasserman Schultz -> Patrick Murphy, 47% -> 50%
  • 2016 > Senate > Nevada-3 > Harry Reid -> Catherine Cortez Masto, Strength 4 -> 3
  • 2016 > Senate > Maryland-3 > Barbara Mikulski -> Chris Van Hollen, 61% -> 60%
  • 2016 > Senate > Maryland-3 > Rep > 37% -> 40%
  • 2016 > Senate > California-3 > Barbara Boxer -> Kamala Harris, Strength 4 -> 3
  • 2016 > Senate > Indiana-3 > Dan Coats -> Eric Holcomb, 56% -> 55%
  • 2016 > Senate > Indiana-3 > Dem > 39% -> 40%
  • 2016 > Senate > Ohio-3 > Dem > Bob Hagan -> Ted Strickland, Strength 2 -> 3, 45% -> 50%
  • 2016 > Senate > Ohio-3 > Rob Portman > 55% -> 50%
  • Election night updated
  • Main Screen > Surrogates > Barnstorming > “Boosting Wickers” -> “Boosting Brian Sandoval (REP),” for example
  • Research Screen > fixed bug where could only leak first scandal if multiple ones hadn’t leaked yet
  • Main Screen, Player Info Screen > removed Energy icon (not used currently)
  • News Stories > “Campaign Too Negative?” story now is about issue player is actually attacking on in that player’s theme
  • Main Screen > Senate > if there is only one campaign in a state, will show candidate names instead of generic party names (ex. 2016 Nevada will have ‘Sandoval’ and ‘Cortez Masto’ instead of ‘Republican’ and ‘Democrat’)
  • Main Screen > now displays days until election, when hover over shows election date
  • House 2016 > fixed election date
  • Senate 2016 and 2014, House 2016 and 2014 > set %s for committed, leaning, and undecided Rep and Dem to same

14 thoughts on “Upcoming Congress Infinity – Version Ericson – 2.0.2

  1. 2016 > Senate > Florida-3 > Marco Rubio -> Ron DeSantis, Strength 4 -> 3, 53% -> 50%.
    2016 > Senate > Florida-3 > Debbie Wasserman Schultz -> Patrick Murphy, 47% -> 50%.
    2016 > Senate > Nevada-3 > Harry Reid -> Catherine Cortez Masto, Strength 4 -> 3.
    2016 > Senate > Maryland-3 > Barbara Mikulski -> Chris Van Hollen, 61% -> 60%.
    2016 > Senate > Maryland-3 > Rep > 37% -> 40%.
    2016 > Senate > California-3 > Barbara Boxer -> Kamala Harris, Strength 4 -> 3.
    2016 > Senate > Indiana-3 > Dan Coats -> Eric Holcomb, 56% -> 55%.
    2016 > Senate > Indiana-3 > Dem > 39% -> 40%.

  2. 2016 > Senate > Ohio-3 > Dem > Bob Hagan -> Ted Strickland, Strength 2 -> 3, 45% -> 50%.
    2016 > Senate > Ohio-3 > Rob Portman > 55% -> 50%.

  3. Main Screen > Surrogates > Barnstorming > “Boosting Wickers” -> “Boosting Brian Sandoval (REP),” for example.

  4. Research Screen > fixed bug where could only leak first scandal if multiple ones hadn’t leaked yet.

  5. News Stories > “Campaign Too Negative?” story now is about issue player is actually attacking on in that player’s theme.

  6. Main Screen > Senate > if there is only one campaign in a state, will show candidate names instead of generic party names (ex. 2016 Nevada will have ‘Sandoval’ and ‘Cortez Masto’ instead of ‘Republican’ and ‘Democrat’).

  7. Main Screen > now displays days until election, when hover over shows election date.

  8. @Aron,

    No. Version numbering is for the Infinity game engine, which is upgraded when President Infinity, Congress Infinity, or Prime Minister Infinity is released. The latest Congress Infinity version is 1.8.3.

  9. House 2016 > fixed election date.
    Senate 2016 and 2014, House 2016 and 2014 > set %s for committed, leaning, and undecided Rep and Dem to same.

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