Then I pray that you’re accurate in your assessment. Not about the commitment part, I do know that GBX is hard at work due to passion or legal litigation reasons, but how their commitment will prove to be fruitful at the end.
I’m going to be really skeptical that GBX welcomes our ideas because any good ideas regardless of the platform it comes from, even from one at a 200 range population, will help Battleborn. Whether those 200ish people live long enough to receive those benefits is another story.
This is assuming Battleborn can survive in the contested arena that is the PC market.
If you’re just trying to prove to me that GBX cares and how I don’t have any evidence, the writing on the wall, in my eyes, is that the PC community cannot be revived adequately at this point -unless by some drastic miracle in the not so near future. October 13th will not have the population jump from 200 to anywhere in the couple of thousands range. I see GBX in the dilemma of “Damned if you do it and damned if you don’t”.
Then you may ask, “Riv, you know that there is commitment from GBX, why are you not reassured?” Well, the answer is that I don’t think I will live long enough to see it. I will play all the upcoming content because I paid for the DDE, but I doubt that I would be around long enough to experience it in the way it was meant to be played.
I haven’t enjoyed this game since early September.
This content drought has been exhausting to me when it comes to retention for Battleborn.
If given the option to wait until Battleborn is in optimal operation or spend $80 on Civilization 6 Deluxe, I’m very tempted to spend the $80, in spite that I live in a cardboard cutout of a box, so I can be adequately entertained.
Maybe I feel better thinking that I’m disposable and cast aside, so at least I could let go of the hope and lower my expectations to avoid further disappointment.