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What do you think zenimaz will do after all that mixed reviews?

RelGnRelGn halalaPosts: 494Member

Hi everyone I just wanted to know your speculation about what zenimax is going to do after all these mixed reviews.

Do you think they are going to fix the things that made some players go nuts or do you think that they will leave everything as it is on launch.

One of the things that really pissed me a bit is the bad animations on combat etc that dont feel smooth.

I think that this is not going to be fixed at launch

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  • DamediusDamedius Calgary, ABPosts: 346Member

    Cancel the game obviously.

    On a serious note, nothing. It's too late to make any major changes to the game.

    Besides as they say. Haters gone hate.

  • MikePaladinMikePaladin NewYork, NYPosts: 233Member

    They better listen to players other wise game will not last much. But still they must listen to good things.

    I don't want they to start quest nerfs or dumb stuff. Immersion and quality changes. Also graphic improvment.

  • VannorVannor YorkshirePosts: 2,968Member Uncommon
    Look at their bank balance and realise that people are more inclined to talk about something they don't like than something they do.
  • coventryhagdogcoventryhagdog TaipeiPosts: 85Member
    They will continue as planned, then probably lay off most of their people until the game converges to F2P/B2P like with TSW.
  • Cures80Cures80 viennaPosts: 29Member
    they dont have to do anything as they know that the real heart of the game wasnt reviewed yet: RvR. everything else will be topping.
  • epoqepoq Richmond, VAPosts: 228Member Uncommon
    change their name to zenimaz like the title of your thread and re-launch.  no one will know it's them.
  • TorcipTorcip Sterling Heights, MIPosts: 669Member
    They aren't going to do anything. It doesn't matter how bad people think the game is, they have queues of more than a couple hours almost all weekend so the demand was obviously at or higher than their expectation.  They are going to sell a lot of copies, make a lot of money doing so and then decide from there what they are going to do to keep people playing, which will most likely have to do with developing RvR more as that was always the biggest focus of the game.
  • Dreamo84Dreamo84 Niagara Falls, NYPosts: 3,436Member Uncommon
    If it does end up being a PvP focused Elder Scrolls game that will be the only problem I have with it. :/

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  • Dreamo84Dreamo84 Niagara Falls, NYPosts: 3,436Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Torcip
    They aren't going to do anything. It doesn't matter how bad people think the game is, they have queues of more than a couple hours almost all weekend so the demand was obviously at or higher than their expectation.  They are going to sell a lot of copies, make a lot of money doing so and then decide from there what they are going to do to keep people playing, which will most likely have to do with developing RvR more as that was always the biggest focus of the game.

    They knew exactly how many people were in the closed beta though. That doesn't make any sense that they didn't expect the "demand".

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  • KuinnKuinn MestaPosts: 2,093Member

    We are talking about a big company here all things considered, so they will probably just follow some plan they have. Also like already said, you cant work wonders in 2 months, there's a chance that some of the things will get better before the launch but there wont be no sweeping changes or improvements.

     

    They have their hands full squishing bugs and improving the servers to reduce login times and crashes, etc. They might prioritize some of the feedback so who knows, with a little luck there might be a tad better tweaked animations or something. Open beta is pretty much the release version so when that happens we know how the game looks entirely at launch.

  • otacuotacu BolzanoPosts: 547Member

    Nothing.

    Oh yeah they will laugh histerically as the numbers of the preorder will skyrocket

  • SiugSiug TallinnPosts: 1,236Member Uncommon

    Personally I'd never play an Imperial but they should make it free for everyone and also for those who did not pre-order as a cross-alliance race.

    Also as many are complaining about subscription reducing it to 10 usd / 7 eur / 5 pounds would generate extra sales of boxes. I have pre-ordered and I'm not bashing the game but let's be honest - it looks a bit like a cash grab, especially paywalling content in a subscription based MMO.

  • VrikaVrika FinlandPosts: 2,576Member Uncommon

    There's nothing they can do. They don't have time to rewrite anything major before the game launches. They'll just have to try to fix as many bugs as possible, add some polish, try to finish what's unfinished, and launch it as it is.

    Larger overhauls will have to wait until their first expansion or Fallout Online, whichever they choose to focus on.

  • SpottyGekkoSpottyGekko RotterdamPosts: 3,845Member Uncommon

    I doubt they'll do anything significant other than nod sagely and mutter things like: "Hmmm... Good point, we'll look into that..."

     

    It's too late to change anything major, small tweaks may happen, but WYSIWYG applies.

     

    I suspect that the game will either be surprisingly successful or a dismal failure. If it does not crash soon after take-off, it may well have a long and increasingly pleasant flight. Word-of-mouth and YouTube will make or break it. Unlike StarWars, the IP does not transcend the world of gaming, so there's no extended audience to rope-in over time, no movie or TV series tie-ins, etc.

  • MikePaladinMikePaladin NewYork, NYPosts: 233Member

    After 3 days of beta animation don't bother you any more  also are much better of big muscular characters.

    What hurts my eyes now is LOW texture on ultra setting graphic suck they need 5 ~ 10 graphical mods and game will be perfect  and bug fixing

  • SamhaelSamhael Huntsville, ALPosts: 696Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by RelGn

    Hi everyone I just wanted to know your speculation about what zenimax is going to do after all these mixed reviews.

    Do you think they are going to fix the things that made some players go nuts or do you think that they will leave everything as it is on launch.

    One of the things that really pissed me a bit is the bad animations on combat etc that dont feel smooth.

    I think that this is not going to be fixed at launch

    Hmmm... what do I think Zenimax is going to do...  I believe they will continue to bug patch and release on 4/4 like they planned. Right around 6 months post-launch, Zenimax will announce the game will go B2P with some sort of cash store (not sure how long after that before they can implement).  As a MMO, it may flop but possibly as a Skyrim-online, it may succeed (albeit with a very small population). At least that's pretty much what I'm reading in the media previews.  

    I'm bored as hell and nothing new that interests me has come out in well over 6 months so I'll probably sink a month or two into the game. My wife was a big Skyrim fan so she's looking forward to it. I'll give it a shot but if the previews are accurate, I won't be staying.

  • hikaru77hikaru77 buenos airesPosts: 1,035Member Uncommon
    The real Review for Zenimax is the feedback that  they have on the beta forums. What they gonna do?, work to fix all the bugs and problems found by the players. A review about a beta, under NDA, wont change anything. The strong point of TESO is the PvP, we dont have reviews about that yet.  
  • IselinIselin Vancouver, BCPosts: 5,606Member Uncommon
    Not a thing...except maybe change their name to zenimaz... I kinda like that one better.
  • RelGnRelGn halalaPosts: 494Member
    Originally posted by Iselin
    Not a thing...except maybe change their name to zenimaz... I kinda like that one better.

    lol

    It was just a bad type :)

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  • MikePaladinMikePaladin NewYork, NYPosts: 233Member
    WVW is GREAT very realistic like medieval wars BUT there are few things that suck ball hard
  • jdnycjdnyc Long Island City, NYPosts: 1,696Member

    Give you the option to change your race and alliance each time you reach a new level.

  • TdogSkalTdogSkal Livonia, MIPosts: 1,244Member

    What do you think the over/under is before it goes F2P?

    I am guessing before Month 6 it will be F2P.

    I am torn if I want to pre order or not.  I had some minor bugs and some major bugs, I had a ton of fun and I got mad during the beta weekend.   I did enjoy my time in game but some of the bugs could be a huge turn off and a few things like the locked down class system that was not what I was expecting in Elder Scrolls that might turn me off all together.

    What are others people thoughs ?

    Sooner or Later

  • SpottyGekkoSpottyGekko RotterdamPosts: 3,845Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by jdnyc

    Give you the option to change your race and alliance each time you reach a new level.

    Give ?

    Not bloody likely !

     

    You'll most likely find that option amongst the "fun things" in the limited (*cough*) Cash Shop...

  • jdnycjdnyc Long Island City, NYPosts: 1,696Member
    Originally posted by SpottyGekko
    Originally posted by jdnyc

    Give you the option to change your race and alliance each time you reach a new level.

    Give ?

    Not bloody likely !

     

    You'll most likely find that option amongst the "fun things" in the limited (*cough*) Cash Shop...

    We'll see on the cash shop.  I think they're in panic mode right now.

  • IGaveUpIGaveUp NW, INPosts: 273Member

    I'm guessing they'll change the game into a GW2 - DAOC hybrid.  :-)

     

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