Game news New World: Due to concerns raised in the MMO, Amazon Games is making new commitments
The latest production from Amazon Games barely cracked the screen and even allowed itself to generate cheeky visitor numbers for an MMO of its kind. However, the month of October quickly turned into a roller coaster ride between dizzying player drops and stutters, and the Amazon teams have been rather discreet, but that may change!
New world is currently in a bad patch. For good reason, the Amazon Games MMO is facing successive difficulties that have not only discouraged a large number of gamers, but have also lost the desire to gain a foothold there again.
Amazon Games is developing its skills
For example, the Amazon Games teams recently addressed the various concerns that the gaming community has been experiencing heavily and wanted to reaffirm their commitment on many points, including game economics, balancing, and bug fixes. Beyond the game, it’s their own way of working within the studio that New World developers will try to improve.
Among other things, these promise better communication, more transparently and more frequently than in the past.. In-game alone, the first effects can be seen, especially thanks to the patch recently deployed by the teams, but all of this is just the beginning of the effort. For once, the studio has come out of its silence to formalize its new commitments in terms of communication.
We know how important the game is to our players and we strive to be more transparent and communicate more often about how we deal with issues. (…) We will continue to monitor your feedback after this wave of character transfers and offer further transfers if necessary. We are also working on character transfers from one region to another, but that is difficult and will take time. – Luxendra, Community Manager at Amazon Games
These commendable commitments, which can be viewed via the link below, complement the adjustments the teams are working on on a daily basis with the aim of at best, preserving the player base that is particularly involved in the game and even regaining the trust of those who left the MMO in the past month.
By Jinxeb, Write to igamesnews.com