Yes, I might have misphrased./snip
Truth is, these forums aren't going to decide whether this game is FINANCIALLY successful or not.
Sorry for the confusion.
As for your question, simple. Sales. Your points on best seller are obsolete, it is simply a fact lol. I don't care if it holds it for another 2 days, I really don't understand why you are now contradicting yourself too. Cyberpunk and Vampires are for sure going to outsell BL, but they haven't released so they shouldn't be apart of the equation(according to your own words).
The same should go for these unreleased games no? They are unfinished and not even out right? Why mention them at all?1: Can you really consider an unfinished product, as a best-seller? when its actual full release date isn't, in fact of said year?
3: Ouch, someone should go out and find a bandaid for TW.
Also ouch fans of Cyberpunk 2077 and Vampires - The Masquerade Bloodlines II: thin-bloods
This is the sole purpose of what is called the QA team. The difference is, not all of the 5 million who bought the game go on these forums, which is why it would be crucial to extend outside of the QA team since many long time fans(and new ones) inhabit it. This is literally one of the reasons the beta/alpha exists, in case you aren't aware. BL is too complex a game, and the reason they released it in EA is that they needed help with more testers. Some things that haven't made the list of known issues are being reported here, usually in the hopes of seeing if they aren't outliers, but right now these problems are either confirmed by devs in replies and usually aren't edited into the patch notes.No, I firmly believe that it's better, for the most part, being left in the dark, so each of us is testing the game in our own unique way. Testers don't need direction for what to test for, read the release notes, understand the mechanics of the game, and figure out in what way you can break them
Similarly, it's not like pinpoint issues, and communication isn't happening. What you consider inefficient isn't changing the fact that it is still being practiced, though on a smaller scale. We are simply asking it to be on a larger scale.
In case you don' know, this is a developer, he is literally asking people on a pinpointed problem - not in the patch notes - for help. SourceI need save files for "lords going bankrupt" issue. I am making some tests and I see very less number of lords going bankrupt and they recover in short term. If you have any save file showing this situation (especially ones who cannot recover or most of lords of a kingdom in bankrupt) you can upload and send me.
Edit : I find one sample. Aserai leader Unqid was in bankrupt. He had 225 troops using 100% party size so do not consider taking men from garrison even garrisons have more than expected (in bankrupt they take men from garrison to lower costs). Also Aserai has no enemy in current game and he cannot find a way to attack and lower his party men count. There is no mechanism for now to disband troops for AI. Maybe it should be added.