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3 Likes/5 Replies/143 ViewsOriginal poster DuskDragon56496 367 posts
Oh gosh and yippee the river raids are here, With jornsvikings that have the ai of a rotted melon and you'll stilll blow through the enemies in spite of the idiots blowing up carts right next to you, or silos as your trying to open a door that kill half your crew...excellent job!!!And whats the reward...hold on to your excitement now....a reskin of the Thegn's armor.Ubisoft announced the river raids way back in December, and the best armor reward they can come up with in 3 months is another reskin....lol....Such geniuses!!! That's apparently all 130.00 will buy from Ubisoft games these days...reskins, reskins and more reskins, I had really hoped Ubisoft would have done something special for the players for once but hey, at least they didn't let me down...they did just what I said they would do....NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Asgardian02 1932 posts
yeah its amazing really especially hearing what there plans are after a recent investors call. They want to make even more gaas and free toplay games and keep players longer engaged to their products.
Well good luck, after this fiasco i certainly wont be buying anything else, nor the season pass for that matter.
Season pass will just give mre tedious puzzles and even more reskins.
Seems to me that ubisoft doesnt even play their own games or else they would have found out sooner that they offer no fun.
Original poster DuskDragon56496 367 posts
@Asgardian02 I think it would have been more successful if they would have just made the current raiding areas replayable and added real loot and rewards to it, but Ubisoft loves to implement the "impression" of a longer game, which is why they made a cap for the boats, otherwise people would have finished in a matter of an hour probably even less. It's also why we have a huge map with nothing in it.Ubisoft has really adopted the act of sacrificing content for more money,It's a shame, when gaming companies are starting out, they'll do whatever it takes to assure people love and buy their games, but as soon they acquire riches, that mentality is usually lost in the early games.What is it about money that make people forget what it took to get there?By the way thanks for the video hadn't seen that one yet!