The Elder Spy
Original Sin Donor
Original Sin 2 Donor
- Oct 18, 2006
Well, i hope they get extra sales from those panels…
Cos i see them just as glorified patch notes. They have little added velue for me as a EA user would make no difference to me if they just posted a txt file with bullet points about the patch. Kinda looks like wasted money but ok…
Well we got great games without EAs just fine before without end user contact but ok i don;t mind that part.It's community management. I'm not sure how effective that is, but I don't think it's wasted money, they have to keep in touch with their community despite a very long development time. It motivates the fans to try the next release and give feedback about it, which is the whole point of their EA.
Besides, that's what they like to do, it's fun and motivating for the team too. It's not easy to develop for a long time without any contact with the end users or without being able to show what has been done.
Well we got great games without EAs just fine before without end user contact but ok i don;t mind that part.
i just prefered dos 1- 2 format where we got more of a feedback format on youtube than this shows they keep making… THat boils down to just patch notes.
But i guess that was kickstarter..
Fights in Baldur’s Gate 3 can get pretty big. It isn’t out of the ordinary that you might go head-to-head with a dozen enemies at any one time. But this experience can also get a little sluggish.
To tackle this, in this update we are introducing Swarm AI: a quality-of-life improvement that makes turn-based encounters faster. Now instead of waiting for each individual enemy to take their turn, minor enemies like animals and goblins will be grouped together during fights, and both move and attack simultaneously - making for a much smoother combat experience throughout bigger battles.