Calistarius;n8066870 said:If your saying that EA forced Bioware to start making the main protagonist in their games be fixed characters... then that is totally wrong. Bioware has been making games with fixed protagonists since befor EA started to sniff around looking to buy them.
"We're impressed with Fallout 4's rollout. They came on stage and said 'It's here, it's real, and it's coming out on this date.' We're going to do something similar. We're going to wait [to reveal the game] until we can show off a very meaningful piece of it."
Not disapointing... more exactly in line with roughly their normal development time.Tarathelion;n8118280 said:The most interesting piece of info there is the fact that this projects have realization period set for 1.2016- 06. 2019. Is that an indication for release date? If so that is disappointing.
Tarathelion;n8118280 said:The most interesting piece of info there is the fact that this projects have realization period set for 1.2016- 06. 2019. Is that an indication for release date? If so that is disappointing.
where did you hear that? in the last video I saw with Todd he said they were proud of the way they released fallout 4.Astralify;n8130580 said:From what I've read, Bethesda will be changing their announcement strategies. No more long periods of nothing and all of a sudden: BAM! Here comes my... game!
mass effect footage wasn't exactly rushed. the game was delayed and they barely showed anything until not too long ago. and the real complaining only started when people actually got their hands on it. they have problems with the game itself, not the marketing. so the whole situation hopefully won't apply to cyberpunk.Sneky;n8136460 said:After Mass Effect Andromedia fiasco im pretty sure they wont rush any marketing footage. Not worth for them at all, too risky, 0 benefits. They should work in peace without outside/gaming community pressure, in long run it is better for Cyberpunk 2077 quality even.