No one wants that, it's pretty obvious. If you feel like the new game doesn't offer enough content then you can just stick with the older one and keep playing with mods.mirceast19 wrote: ↑Sun Aug 18, 2019 1:31 pmI dont want a new FS21 full of bugs like FS19. I dont need another bugged game for months. No. They have just to fix most of bugs - and dont tell us "LOW PRIORITY" or "NOT FIXABLE". Just add 1-2 new maps (not mods) and this is it. Test this new add-on with professional people before launching, not on customers' money and time after you launch it too early. Set a fair price for this new add-on and that's it, I don't need a whole new game.
Improvements are nice and can be make, but first thing I like to be repaired this game, things that should be good in November 20, 2018.
I jumped from FS15 to FS19, because I felt like FS17 wasn't gonna be good for my PERSONAL preference. Even for FS19, I bought it and refunded it on Steam inmediately because I didn't enjoy it, then a few months later I bought it again and I could appreciate improvements along new mods that made the game even better for me.
You can do the same and stay in 19 until you feel like switching over or wait for 23.
Even I may not buy FS21, but that doesn't mean I say it should be free or assuming they are gonna give us a bad game two years before even having an announcement.