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Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 20:30
by delfo
morpher wrote:I don't see a problem with nations reskin. If you read all the wishlist threads players want to play their nation, it doesn't matter if it is just a bunch of already existing units. Maybe with a lower price, e.g. 3€ for Bulgaria DLC.


Are you calling us cheap? Cause I dare say we usually are.

The Gabrovo edition should come at 1,50.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 20:32
by morpher
delfo wrote:
morpher wrote:I don't see a problem with nations reskin. If you read all the wishlist threads players want to play their nation, it doesn't matter if it is just a bunch of already existing units. Maybe with a lower price, e.g. 3€ for Bulgaria DLC.


Are you calling us cheap? Cause I dare say we usually are.


Sorry man :oops:, it was the first example that came to my mind. I assume Cold war Bulgaria didn't have a lot of indigenous production.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:02
by delfo
morpher wrote:
delfo wrote:
morpher wrote:I don't see a problem with nations reskin. If you read all the wishlist threads players want to play their nation, it doesn't matter if it is just a bunch of already existing units. Maybe with a lower price, e.g. 3€ for Bulgaria DLC.


Are you calling us cheap? Cause I dare say we usually are.


Sorry man :oops:, it was the first example that came to my mind. I assume Cold war Bulgaria didn't have a lot of indigenous production.


Apart from local upgrades to ATGMs. the 120 mm mortars in the MT-LBs that East Germany bought from us, the BMP 23 and 30s, the local T72 production and mods, Grad ammo variations and thousands of MT-LB and Gvozdikas. Mig 21s could for the most part be built and serviced in Bulgaria.

There were also T80s received for evaluation. We evaluated the BMP 2 and didn't like it.

There was enough. But it is indeed a reskin for the most part as details in the construction were in places you couldn't really notice. It was just a wide range of units.

And if you google "Чалга" you will in fact see that some Bulgarians go to great lengths to look exceedingly cheap. Hence overall, yes, yes we are.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:08
by Bluebreaker
But even if it was just a literally reskin they would need to do the voices wouldn't they?

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:10
by delfo
Bluebreaker wrote:But even if it was just a literally reskin they would need to do the voices wouldn't they?


Тъй вярно, другарю командир!

Don't make me sing the anthem or the 30s anthem which was the marching song of the army.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:14
by orcbuster
Well we now have more players than we've had in over a year so playerwise I'd say it's been a rousing success.

http://steamcharts.com/app/251060

Also steamspy estimates around 40000 sales in the past week of RD. With 60000 individual players in the past 2 weeks.

http://steamspy.com/app/251060

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:20
by Mitchverr
Well thats arguably a nice lil success for eugen then it seems.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:27
by morpher
All the high ranked player should buy the DLC for every smurf account.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:37
by delfo
morpher wrote:All the high ranked player should buy the DLC for every smurf account.


A kickstarter campaign for 3000 euro would do the same.

Re: Paid DLC.. how it's working out?

Posted: Thu 26 May 2016 21:45
by morpher
delfo wrote:
morpher wrote:All the high ranked player should buy the DLC for every smurf account.


A kickstarter campaign for 3000 euro would do the same.


Depends on the level of shadowboxing. :lol: