Xenko 3.1 has been officially released and with automatically the first tutorial template and the tutorial section in the official documentation! You can now use the Xenko launcher to start the C# Beginner tutorial project. All tutorials will include a video tutorial in the future once the name change has taken place.
As part of the new Xenko recap blog for October, I demonstrated a little of the upcoming changes for the new tutorial section. The official documentation will be extended with the tutorial section once the tutorial template has been merged with the main xenko repo.
Next to the Xenko community meetings , we now also have the contributor meetings. I organised a meeting between all contributors past saturday and after 1.5 of discussing we have had some new ideas on how to move forward. These contributor meetings are for the people who are actively participating in Xenko development.
I recently started picking up tasks to help out with the Xenko game engine development. One of the tasks that I can aid in besides programming is lending a helping hand in organising how the community helps out in general. Xenko has 1 main developer right now (Virgile Bello aka Xen2), and taking away some of the bulk tasks will hopefully let him focus more on what he does best: developing Xenko.
I have been trying out Xbox game pass for PC and I most say that I really enjoy it so far. There some kickass AAA blockbusters among them like Gears 5, Metrox Exodus and Imperator: Rome. But what I like even more is that sometimes you just stumble on of those gems that you might have never played otherwise. Games like Yoku's island express was a funny experience for instance.