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I guess I can see what you mean. And what I said got nothing in common with releasing basically tech demo.Gab-AG. said:I doubt they would demand a full release of the game, since as you already said they're not obligated to release it, considering we never paid for it. You said it yourself.Dendrym said:Because that would be really stupid. Do you think that players would gladly take a finger? No. They would take a finger, and then they would DEMAND realease of game afer like month or so? They demand it now and they have ****. Can you imagine the **** storm to come if they did that?Gab-AG. said:Exactly, or as I suggested countless times before, why not release a multiplayer beta with ONLY one map and two factions, and only one gamemode?laius said:so we know the details of the playable demo at E3. it had a menu that let you play the scenarios shown in the new E3 trailers.
why not release this demo to the public at large now that the press and E3 attendees have had the chance to play it?
perhaps as a free download on the bannerlord steam page that has been sitting there pointlessly for months now.
It's very small, and you wouldn't risk anything since the game seems very playable. This would keep many fans busy while you work on a release date.
Think about it.
And they're not demanding anything now, people are just complaining about their
Let me elaborate. So you have highly hyped game that is very rarely teased. You decide to release a tech demo to people. What is going to happen? Will they sit and play happily?Yes. They will. For a time. Rather short time, but that is all dependent on content of demo. You release too little and people are going to be like a crazy vampires that want to suck every last drop of juice from you. It would be quick Bannerlord addiction fix, but leave you hungering for more.
I just plainly disagree. And yes You are just going to have to take that I disagree as I have to take Your opinion in account.
As for the PR matter. I would not want to be community manager for TaleWorlds Entertainment. Community is rather amazing. But they are like starved dogs. Because they are essentially.