SWTOR F2P Success: BioWare Will Listen to Feedback
In case of you don't know, last weekend, the famous game developer BioWare held a post-1.5 livestream Q&A for Star Wars: The Old Republic, and Darth Hater has posted the pertinent notes as well as a 30-minute video embed. For some reasons, we can't attach the video here but we think you can find it through Google.
Anyway, Bioware's lead designer Damion Schubert, producer Jeff Hickman, and community manager Joveth Gonzalez were there for the livestream. They fielded a wide variety of questions, many of which centered on the game's controversial F2P conversion.
Hickman explained that from a business standpoint, the number of players they're getting into the game is great. If you're a brand-new player, it doesn't feel too limited because you don't know what it feels like to not be restricted. But they're definitely listening to feedback and could make swtor eu power leveling changes.
Schubert concurred, and he also mentioned that the numbers support BioWare's current position. "Almost every conceivable metric is better. The numbers have blown away our expectations, which means good things for the players and the game," he said.