Saturday, 21 February 2015

Fusion Phase 2, vString Revolution 4.5, Wideloads 1.3 Update

Back in September last year, I released our Fusion Mesh body system on to the grid and it has gone down extremely well with customers.
Since then, we have been listening to our customers as well as integrating in our own ideas, and now six months on, I am please to announce the release of Fusion Phase 2.
This new release has hundreds of improvements throughout the bodies.
Highlights though include extended nail packs, Boot Leg models for 3rd party boots , Corset Torsos for use with 3rd Party Torso, improved hand and feet models, Materials integration, crotch bulges and camel toes, and so much more.
It is probably best to see in store for more details.

As always this update is free to existing customers, so wear your updater to get this update.

But it doesn't stop there.

As the vString Revolutions are now an integral part of Fusion, I am pleased to announce the release of Version 4.5 of the Revolutions.
Again, there is quite a long list of improvements, however highlights include the new multiple nipple system offering 4 styles and sizes of nipples and our new Advanced Piercing system with 44 choices on board.
Again, these updates are also carried through in to the Fusion Revolutions giving you far more choice in the design of your Fusion Avatar.

For Wideloads 1.3, the original core of Wideloads has not been updated for the simple fact most of the updates would simply not be possible.
However when it comes to Fusion, you now get Knee Boot Leg models for use with knee length boots, you get the requests "Belly" option giving you a little more to jiggle with, and for those the Fusion Corset Torsos have also been integrated in.

For Both Revolutions and Wideloads, again, wear your updater to get the latest versions and more information is available in store regarding the full breakdown of features and improvements.

Finally, due to the materials update, the Style heels also have been updated. This is optional depending on if you want to use Materials appliers though.

This is just the first part of the Phase 2 Fusion release though. From this point, we have quite a few new products waiting and ready to go out, so stay tuned as these will be arriving over the next week.