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12/06/12 12:09:01 PM#181
Originally posted by Whitebeards
You know what " " means, right?
Desperately want the game to die? What are you smoking?
Its VERY realistic scenario that it will shut down next year, "wanting" or "not wanting" has nothing to do with it.
You see, im not emotionally attached to the game (like some here), its a piece of software, product like any other.
It seems that you have quoted wrong person.
12/07/12 5:45:37 PM#182
Originally posted by VikingGamer
Blizzard would not be that bad too, but it seems Trion is faster to deliver and much more closer to the players.
12/09/12 4:45:36 AM#183
Originally posted by tiefighter25
Below Eve? Easily possible - especially as people no longer need to sub to play SWTOR. (Some will of course.)
Getting on for 5 months ago now - EA announced under 1M more than 500k. 6 month sub were coming up for renewal a week or so later and if only 20% of the initial 2.1M who purchased the game had opted for a 6 month sub then that would be 400k+. EA would know the renewal percentage and having just announcd that the game was going F2P ..... If EA had simply said "just under 1M" knowing that many would probably not be subbed a week or so later then that could be construed as misleading. Suffice to say something closer to 500k than 1M 5 months ago is a reasonable assumption.
Since then indicators continued to drop and now the game has gone F2P so less than EVE seems very reasonable. EVE is an old game whose subs, by comparison are stable.
Remember the "second largest sub game" statement was made by EA just after launch. Getting people on day 1 - the "easy" bit; keeping people subscribed - much harder.
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12/09/12 6:10:58 AM#184
Sorry just realised the question was answered.
Game seems busy though even Taris had 70 + people.
12/09/12 6:31:49 AM#185
Originally posted by Yakamomoto
Why on earth shoult CoH closing down help TSW grow? If it would help another gam that would be DC UNIVERSE...
As far a the fact that TSW is a great game...Purely subjective bro....Imo It also sucks, mainly cause it's a Funcom game
12/09/12 6:50:15 AM#186
Originally posted by Devvholic
It has a future, but if it will be that bright, im not sure.
Some of the initial technix (i.e. multiserver) is already damned to fail.
Also the client/server syncing is not optimal, im not sure, if this new streaming tech concept is something good.
The game itself also has some flaws.
At all, there is huge room for improvements.
After some months of gaming i got so dissapointed that i settled to TSW.
The combatsystem there is interesting as well, but it was not enuff action and Funcom was focusing the PvE things more at that time, so i got rott in Fusang and havnt found compatible people or sidecontent.
SWTOR offers me more, i found people, we have fun with PvP and when im borked, well its a alt loving game.
I wont compare the titles futher, but they are pretty different.
SWTOR warzones do pop always and i've been on 4 servers now.
Multible toolbars, pots, stims, relics, specials, and all the skills ... AoC and SWTOR offer that all keybindable, a complete theatre for my piano to play the song of "my ballz are bigger then yours".
I dislike a lot in SWTOR, but what else offer such things actually ?
There is a lot of games i play but for now, im settled in SWTOR ^^
... oh and i can play it on Linux too :p