That’s a bad take.
Players shouldn’t be expected to do research in order to understand core features of a game. All necessary information should be contained in the game, extra information such as the optimal ways of doing things etc fair enough but core systems should be explained in game.
Set your standards higher.
I believe they are a core feature. The racing event explains everything in game. The spin to win event in KR explains everything, yet the express event is very lacking in information. Id argue thats a fault of the game and not the player. If you dont think its a core feature, i cant really argue with what you believe, but I’d still disagree. To me a core feature is any system that’s used by the entire playerbase, whether that feature is temporary or not doesn’t matter.
Yeah I was a bit put off by this as well. The event not being explained properly in game is what got them into trouble to begin with, why would they repeat the same mistake again? Yes I’m aware people should read patch notes, forums, etc. but the reality is some people don’t and the relevant event information shouldn’t be strictly available outside the game.
Completely untrue. I played wow since WotLK and hardly ever read patch notes. I also engaged with pretty much every aspect of the game, including normal raiding and I was never once hindered by not reading patch notes. Sometimes I read them if I was interested but I never HAD to in order to understand what was going on.
If you’re going to make fun of somebody else’s comprehension then at least put some effort into constructing a cohesive sentence. Although, I’d rather we all just treated each other with respect instead. I guess that is like searching for a unicorn on these forums though.
What are people doing when we get patch notes where we need to read 10+min for all informations, how do you want this ingame. 50sites open with F5 and closing with esc.
Yes a notification with a link aren’t a bad thing, but why not self going on official platform of the game to find the information.
For guides on “unofficial” sites the people can do it
It’s not nerve. It’s my honest opinion on what makes a well managed game. You are right though; the devs don’t HAVE to announce anything. Just like the players don’t have to read anything. The only thing that this disconnect between players and the devs will effect is the health of the player base and the longevity of the game. If you’re fine with that then so be it. You do you and others will do what they are happy with. I’m honestly not bothered. I’m not so invested in this game that I’m upset if I ‘miss out’ on something that has no real life value. If this game lives or dies, it won’t affect me IRL so I guess whatever.