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No, it takes place in a future where Sam Harris won.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

...But we do know there's communication, so you can talk about you and/or your character's beliefs, and the organization/faction system is general enough that it should be able to support an organized religion as easily as it could a corporation or a democratic city state (Devblog here), and also from the little we know of the lore, we know that multiverse theory has being proven and is the basis for their Resurrection technology, which could easily inspire some very interesting spiritual philosophies. 

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No, it takes place in a future where Sam Harris won.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

...But we do know there's communication, so you can talk about you and/or your character's beliefs, and the organization/faction system is general enough that it should be able to support an organized religion as easily as it could a corporation or a democratic city state (Devblog here), and also from the little we know of the lore, we know that multiverse theory has being proven and is the basis for their Resurrection technology, which could easily inspire some very interesting spiritual philosophies. 

Not to mention RP in this game is encouraged. When talking about one self, you could mention you are a part of a religion and such. As well, it might be possible to join a religious organization like a cult or such. 

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Of course you can create your own religion ingame, the organizations and duties mechanics they want to use perfectly allow for it. But please, don't recreate one of the current existing ones, that would only turn those small minded people into trolls.

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Thinking about it, the best way to design a game for in-game religion isn't actual religious mechanics.

 

...Because games really do have religions, people form actual beliefs about the true nature of the in-game in-universe and what's behind it, they become passionate about those beliefs, they organize around them and get into fights over them. We call these religions fan theories. And the best way for any gaming world to incite them is to offer a lot of not enough: Loose ends.

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