I may be confused.
The problem with the bots is the economy. The more bots farm gold, the more the gold loses value. Right?
So the problem is that bots push too much gold into the market and the market gets flooded with it.
Amazon is “the good guy” because Amazon is fighting the bots. Right?
Bots can only be successful when there is a shortage, a need, otherwise they wouldn’t sell anything. Right? Right!
Who is responsible for creating that need? Upgrade costs, pheons, high prices in the sales house and just a bit gold can be earned legally.
Who controls the chance of upgrading and how much gold players can generate? And who reduces the amount of gold that players can earn from patch to patch? And it’s going from patch to patch less …
Who sells gold for money directly in the game?
To be honest, the wrong polluter is being addressed. The botters are not the enemy, someone else is the enemy.
Bots establish one, in the auto industry it’s called the “aftermarket”. A market that allows you to avoid the outrageous costs that the manufacturer charges.
Mates, don’t be stupid. Amazon doesn’t fight for you against the bots, they fight because they want to sell the gold themselves.
Amazon doesn’t care if players have a good gaming experience, they’re only interested in having their fingers deep in your pockets.
Amazon could end the botting instantly by increasing the upgrade chance, reducing the gold cost of upgrading, or switching to silver. Amazon could bring a lot more gold into the game to make the bots’ offers unattractive.
But Amazon won’t do that because they aren’t interested in your fun, only in your money.
Instead, Amazon is fighting for its own profit, which Amazon generates through a shortage that it has caused and planned by Amazon.
People who think Amazon doesn’t know exactly what’s happening here have never worked for a large company.
Amazon has customized the game, upgrade chance and so on, to fit their money needings.
People be smart and recognize your enemy