- Motto: "May God have mercy on my enemies, because I sure as hell won't."
Dear High Moon Studios,
For the longest time, I was trying to defend you. I'd say "Well, despite it's flaws, War for Cybertron is still a good game." But, in the five months and two days (As of this writing) since the game was released, one thing has been becoming a more and more pronounced thought with me: You still haven't fixed those flaws.
And really, you have no excuse for this. Why you even let the game out the door without host migration is beyond me, but even worse is that after five months you haven't done anything about it. And it's almost all we've been talking about in regards to multiplayer! Which leads to the conclusion that despite what that ticker says, you have NOT been listening to the feedback we've been giving, otherwise these flaws would have been fixed by now.
As I have explained before, and as you've probably noticed, War for Cybertron's has been dwindling rapidly. You've been trying to reclaim your lost users with DLC and multiplied experience weekends. At first, I loved the idea of being able to level up faster. But as time went on, I couldn't help but wonder what the point is of so many multipliers, eventually you'll be in maxed out Prime Mode, and there won't be a reason to level up anymore.
And the DLC. At first, I was reluctant to argue against the DLC, but I feel that time is over. If you're going to release more DLC, here is a tip: Three characters and four maps are not worth $10. Especially when not having those maps means you're going to get dropped more often.
So no. No more experience multipliers. No more required-but-not-free DLC. Fix your game, learn to do things right (I recommend taking a look at Valve and Team Fortress 2), then we'll start coming back.