Content of the article: "Hey Valve, remember how the BP got extended by a week because you couldn’t get the coordinator running to save your lives? It was originally supposed to end yesterday, pushing the end date out doesn’t mean you should take your sweet time in delivering promised content without a single peep."
It's especially not a good look when just a week or two ago it was everywhere that Valve doesn't appreciate or respect the game or its community.
This isn't just about IT3, it's about their attitude in regards to Dota in general.
As others have said, we put out the biggest prize pool in esports year after year, even when there is no tournament because we love the game so much. We deserve better than this.
How about using the money from this Battlepass to hire a community manager? Maybe even an additional developer or two? I understand that people have been working from home, but this stuff should have been started long before it was. You shouldn't be procrastinating and waiting until the last second to make content for the game, it's not like there's new stuff every two months like other games and you're overwhelmed. Or they might very well be with the lack of manpower, I don't know which would be worse.
Hell, Heroes of the Storm puts out more content and actually has developers interact with and listen to the community, and that's a game run by Activision that is on life support.
Sorry for the long rant, it's honestly just sad to see something that you've been passionate about for so long get treated in such a way, and to be treated in such a way when you've been such a loyal customer.
I want to see Dota thrive, I want to see a positive new player experience that is praised by so many that are brought in by the game's fantastic advertising, I want to have communication between the team at Valve and the player base that has spent so much time and money on the game, I want to feel like the community is valued, I want Valve to care about the state and integrity of the game and constantly work to improve it, instead of just when there's community outrage. You know, there wouldn't be so many people upset so often if this didn't happen, well, so often.
What I don't want is to feel like a guy whose dick is raw from being milked so much for my money. And it's even worse because it's not like it was done by a caring farmer by hand, they just funnel myself and the other milk machines into an automated milker that left me chafed and angry. Okay, that was kinda gross, but I was committed and the further I went the more appropriate it felt to the situation. I'm sorry you had to read that.
- Valve and Gaben always wins
- Valves Firm Policy is the root of everything wrong with Dota. The game could be much better and bigger if Valve would decide to open a separate Game Studio with fixed employees dedicated to the development and management of the game.
- This game has been a continuous, never ending dumpster fire, full of things that would be seen as completely unacceptable to every other game community on earth, and this subreddit is mostly to blame.
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