Mistakes are costly, sometimes it’s enough for you to lose your job if the screw up is severe enough.
I drove carelessly and damaged my rear door. That mistake cost me 600 dollars. Mistakes are expensive business.
At this point, the marketing won’t matter because the lingering issues of this game from disconnects, matchmaking, progress not saving, parts of the game being very boring, retention, people aren’t returning because new content was boring, will sap any excitement and interest in a matter of moments. This is why Battleborn has not pulled any free weekends since many of their fundamental problems have yet to be solved. The Humble Bundle incident was the best indication of this.
A lot of people came on board and then left in droves.
Almost nothing went right for this game.
I actually own a Humble Bundle for Battleborn, but I have no idea who I can give that game to when they may just abandon it in a week.
I don’t even know how to respond when my veteran Battleborn friends tell me the new DLC was unable to capture their interest.
The game is boring them.
If Battleborn is boring… that’s not a sin a game can commit. Battleborn, unlike most games, cannot afford to be boring. What can anyone do to salvage this game when you have people who love it tell you it’s boring and dull?
I don’t know what can be done at this point.