Firstly, that’s a Fallout game, a game with a much larger fanbase. Secondly, I don’t get how you could say there is next to no replay value. Fallout 4 has replay value, and that is clearly shown by people still playing it.It took 3 months for BL's active player numbers to drop from 91% from 248,034 to 20,337 and hasn't spiked substantially since. In three months from release, Fallout 4 dropped 87% from 471,995 to 57,102 and eventually stabilized at roughly 21k active gamers still playing five years later. That was for an actual complete game which people could finish with next to no replay value.
I also don’t think it shows people are overwhelming happy, I didn’t even start the argument of the game being loved I only argued against it. However, what it does show is that people do like the game enough to keep playing it.
I agree.Nor do I think measuring success is really beneficial to the conversation anyway.
WhatThe people playing Crusader Kings III are playing it but do not believe it is in a great state, they play it because it has potential.
There is quite literally no proof that people stopped playing BL because they were displeased. The Steam reviews literally disprove this.Again...why do those people prove that the game is in a positive state, when a larger number existed and abandoned the game, clearly displeased?
No, because they had their fun with the game and stopped. This forum is made up of people who are passionate about M&B, most of whom are hardcore WB fans.believe that the average pollies barely capping 20k on Bannerlord matter more than the tens of thousands that dropped off Bannerlord because they were "Warband harcore" players. Which, in the end, speaks volumes about you and your stance here.