Veteran Massively OP readers Miol states he’s exhausted with a recent string of tales by which MMO companies screw gamers over, one to another: ARK Survival Evolved, Albion Online, Skyforge, and today Black Desert all figure into his list, just in the a week ago.
“I wish to ask also can gamers do in order to safeguard themselves and everybody else as consumers than speak up? It feels exhausting to continually stay vigilant and feel upset constantly, since games, being an everchanging medium, give devs a lot of possibilities to screw us over and done with each and every patch or update. And the worst immediate consequence appears many occasions a meek apology for which they’ve done, only to allow them to check out different things that perhaps may go over undetected.
“You mankind has reported relating to this United kingdom watchdog group ASA, who investigated No Man’s Sky, but they ignored the a lot of complaints about false advertising. Steam did declare some changes to advertising on their own platform, however i still don’t discover their whereabouts occurred. If even individuals big negative tales do not have much of the impact, what hope can there be for the smaller sized communities, spread thin globally? There would be a recent wave of gamers imploring one another not to pre-order, however that ebbed away quick enough, once the next shiny pre-order advantages over other players were presented. Besides, this still can’t safeguard you against what can happen following the launch!
“As stated by Bree many occasions: Just quitting won’t help either, because the studio won’t ever know why the majority of the occasions. But additionally delivering feedback for nine whole days didn’t help Skyforge players to create its devs to scramble! So what else could we all do? Or don’t let simply take rotating shifts to them out?”
We’ll go ahead and take first shift the following in Overthinking.
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