There's some more. I noticed everything is modular, giving the chance to mod the trains and other stuff too.
Yep. That's how it goes. This allows the dev's to release the game earlier.
Ehh, it is a rant. There's only one way traffic. He says what he thinks, making those somewhat the truth for him and not giving other perspectives on it. Nevertheless: the post looks very messy in terms of layout and grammar. Making it not really confident.
The problem is not that giant's isn't trying. On this forums, i noticed that allot of people are bothered by the fact that some bugs were gamebreaking for them(the controller issues). Other bugs were so easy to notice / fix that they shouldn't even be there(stopping helpers, the sound issues, negative selling prices?). That's where the money side comes in. People pay 35 euro for a game that has these bug's on release. Bugs that are so obvious, that they shouldn't have been there. Personally, i felt a bit bad that i spend that much money on something with easy to fix bugs. As a IT consultant, i can even tell that this game lacked testing. Test cases normally cover 80% of software.Matt_S wrote: ↑Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:42 am
I do still think a lot of us have a few bugs to bare with FS19 regarding the release with lots of broken details within the game, but for the most part GIANTS do seem to be trying to fix this.
I do agree with some of what was said though, I have been left disappointed with my purchase a little bit, but I know the modders (and most importantly WITH GIANTS SUPPORT) will make this game all it can be... So I can patiently wait as many others will do so as well.
I think there's much improvement on the forums as a first stop for these things. For starters, it would help if there's a actual list of bugs. Lisertan has a system with putting [read] [known issue] etc in the headers, but that only works if you use the search. You can solve that by just making a forum post which automatically lists all that. This helps people to see if their bug is reported and solved making the process more efficient. This also relieves the workload on Lisertan to read all bug reports which might have reported 2 times already and helps people like me trying to help people with technical issues. In the last place it helps the user, because he finds help faster.
Talking about combining stuff together, why do we have German and Polish forums. Why is this? It seems inefficient to have 3 places where you can report bugs and share issues. If you either make all problem/ issue related forums English based, you have everything on one place. Making it more efficient to handle bug reports and help people with technical issues.
All of these timeconsuming issues cause longer waiting times. This causes people to felt unheard and than you get topic's like these (yes topics, there's been loads of them).
The above is just my 2 cents on the story.