Timeline for the current [The World] Oct 27, 2012 4:33:46 GMT -5
Post by CC Corp on Oct 27, 2012 4:33:46 GMT -5
Latest history of [The World]
On December 24th, Pluto Kiss shuts down the Internet; all network computers and comunication control systems crash, only to recover 77 minutes later. A 10-year old student causes the virus.
ALTIMIT OS becomes The World's most commonly used operating system.
● 2006 Summer
CyberConnect Corporation takes over and becomes the foundation for The World. Harold Hoerwick sells Fragment to CC Corp.
Rukishi Hiro becomes the new head of programming of CC Corp's branch in Japan and begins working on the Japanese version of Fragment, which later becomes The World.
Fragment becomes the most popular topic among network game users.
WNC announces that all computers switch to ALTIMIT OS. CC Corp announces the release of Fragment.
Within the beginning of the first hour, The World receives more than 100,000 orders.
While helping debug, Rukishi meets a vagrant AI. Rukishi investigates a black box found among Fragment's data. The second Internet crash, Pluto Again, occurs.
Rukishi hires new official debuggers.
A 'fire' destroys most of The World's game data. CC Corp splices together the remaining data with another game and creates The World R:2
A tragic car accident involving the son and daughter of the Head Programmer, Rukishi Hiro, makes the headline of newspapers all over the country.
Rukishi's daughter is declared dead.
The World R:2 services end.
Rukishi's son is admitted out of the hospital. CC Corp denies the rumors of discontinuing The World.
● End of Autumn 2022
CC Corp releases an alternate version of The World and calls it The World R:Fusion, incorporating the features and servers of R:1, R:2, and a third unknown source not released to the media.
● 2022 Beginning of Winter
Rumors of dangerous system malfunctions spread across The World forums.