HLK76PFWXT wrote: »
The game will not die so stop saying this left and right becaue it will not die considering all the updates to come and the fact that there are still many players that want to continue playing but the game will not be in a very good state either ( also, using steamchart on server that is filled with so many international players is kinda contradicting since steam is region blocked (?) to the international players and they have to use the normal launcher anyway? ).
We will have to see what news we will get "early next week" and what will change in the future.
Also, I have seen more players in game since the improvement on golden talents but we still have a long way to go.
LancerJiva wrote: »
Highwatch on velika server was at High population after cu ended and medium before, but that’s the definition of dead I guess. Logic.
DYLW5HFXJH wrote: »
Regardless of whether I agree or not with the game dying, steamcharts is one of the poorest examples you could use to track players in TERA. The game is a F2P MMO that barely ever used Steam as a way to bring in players. I specifically bring this up because you are the third person I've read about using that link as a guide to meme. But frankly, if you want your argument to be taken seriously, you should use real arguments.
In fact, pull the chart back a bit and you can see that most steam users were not affected at all by this. In fact, I'd go so far as to say most steam users probably have no idea what this argument is even about. There are a bunch of lower tiered players who do NMs all day casually with their friends who don't have any of these issues, so it's amusing to see someone link to what would be considered the trial bin of the F2P MMO market as proof of a lack of population.