New Sansar screenshot released


New Sansar screenshot

On 7th October Linden Lab uploaded a new Sansar screenshot via the Sansar Official Twitter page showing what appears to be an orange door with detailed builds around it. The screenshot looks great with really nice lighting.  

There are now three months left until Sansar opens officially to the public. I can’t wait to try out Sansar in early 2017.

What do you think about this new Sansar screenshot ?

Share your views in comments! 

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4 thoughts on “New Sansar screenshot released

  1. The “people” responsible for the current state of SL and for one bad decision after another is the LL Board of Directors.

    They rigged the entire SL economy, starting in 2006, by rigging land costs – Grandfathered Tier, Atlas, etc. They jerked their customers around – Zindra, Open Spaces, etc.

    They p$ssed off huge sums of the residents money on one failure after another, never fixing any of the technical problems that we all experience daily in SL.

    They despise their own customer base – Mitch Kapor.

    And their latest whim, Sansar, is DOA. LL is the gang that just cannot shoot straight. If the screenshots LL has been releasing are supposed to show the technical superiority of Sansar as a platform for virtual world development the LL Board of Directors has failed yet again.

    How’s that arrogance and hubris working out for ya, Mitch…

    Pathetic.

    And the Turkey Vulture goes. Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss! 😉

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