“Most important changes coming” - that is actually promising. Sounds like more than just nerfs/buffs. Kind of gives a vibe that there are some game fundamentals being changed (for example: Removal of artifact removals and balancing artifacts? Or 100+ cards getting changed so that multiple archetypes are going to be equally competitive? Something mind blowing and pulling the distracted Gwenters who are migrating to LoR back to Gwent?). Or may be it was a figure of speech and jokes on me.. let’s see..
Somehow I get a feeling that there are some significant changes coming to the game (and game play). The 'Stream with Devs' announcements have never said 'most important changes'. It is usually something like 'we will go over the changes (or) we will go over the patch/expansion' etc. I don't remember 'most important' being used with a stream with devs. Also, the reason for my hunch is, we didn't have any balance changes last month, giving two whole months for the devs to do something big/significant. Lets see. I hope I am correct and that we will get something big, something fantastic, something mind blowing.Lol. That's not the whole sentence those words are coming from. Let's hope your out-of-context optimism is proven correct.
Absolutely, It's strange just how quickly after an expansion this game can go back to feeling 'stale'.Please for the sake of your community's love, save this game! We need a certain breakthough right now.
A ridiculous idea. We'll mill when we want, hands off our cards. And give us back our leader cards.Just to pick up on something Jason said while discussing the removal of full mill value - At 10:03 he said that they "were thinking about auto-milling extra copies in some cases".
Agreed.Just to pick up on something Jason said while discussing the removal of full mill value - At 10:03 he said that they "were thinking about auto-milling extra copies in some cases".
Obviously it is unclear at this stage exactly what he meant by this, but I hope CDPR keep one thing in mind. You might actually want to hold on to 2 copies of a standard gold card or 4 copies of a standard bronze card so that you can later transmute the extras to premium versions.