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9-10-2009 @ 4:29PM
While I really appreciate games that are extremely open about the development process, I'm afraid I have to agree with what some other people have already said about the fact that WoW's playerbase not being as... well, mature, quite frankly, as is found in games like Eve. I do think Blizzard should be more open than they currently are, though. Not necessarily to the extend of giving planned release dates well in advance, but at least giving us an idea of what to expect things. When about is Blizzard expecting to release 3.3, for example? November? December? January? February? Later? It would be nice to at least have a general idea of the MONTH to expect it in.And it would also be nice to know when to NOT expect a patch. Blizzard might not know whether or not a patch will be quite ready in time, but many times they'll know that it won't be. So we're sitting here on a Monday night, wondering whether or not tomorrow will be the big day for 3.2 or what have you, and Blizzard already knew last week that it wouldn't be ready. Even if you don't know the exact date that a patch will be released, at least don't leave us hanging when you know there's no chance of it being this week.
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