Not lengthy after Crowfall launched, I had a enjoyable chat with MOP reader Brandon, who talked about that one in every of his associates was an early backer of the sport however had bailed and handed alongside his account loot to him. The dialog echoed one thing I’ve mentioned on our podcast: that individuals must be allowed to alter their minds on MMOs. We have to normalize it!
When Crowfall hit the crowdfunding scene again in 2015, the style was completely different, the video games out there had been completely different, the video games on the way in which had been completely different, and we had been all completely different. Heck, Crowfall itself may be very completely different from the sport that was initially pitched. However even when the sport launches precisely as pitched, I simply don’t assume it’s unjust to have modified your thoughts, to have needed one thing a complete lot in 2015 however not that a lot in 2021. Six years is a lot. I had a new child when Crowfall went to Kickstarter; now that child is sufficiently old to play video games with me.
After all, that additionally implies that years from now, you may change your thoughts once more.
Which Kickstarter MMOs do you really nonetheless need once they launch?
https://massivelyop.com/2021/07/26/the-daily-grind-which-kickstarter-mmos-do-you-actually-still-want-when-they-launch/ | The Every day Grind: Which Kickstarter MMOs do you really nonetheless need once they launch?