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Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 11:39
by admiralzeech
torinus wrote:Ok so lets take the
10522 Unique players last 30 days.

Wargame RD has on steamspy around 40 000 audience in last 2 weeks.

As I said, find a macro based game that is at least as popular as wargame which is not really an achievement. CoH2 level of popularity is what a C&C Generals inspired AoA should aim for because it can based on C&C Generals having millions of buyers.


Doesn't steam report all players in-game, whether singleplayer or multiplayer?

FAF is mostly tracking multiplayer users, it doesn't count players who are just doing skirmish or campaign.

Still, if you're asking for "mainstream popular", then FAF isn't that. It's a passionate and active niche community.

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 12:02
by torinus
admiralzeech wrote:
torinus wrote:Ok so lets take the
10522 Unique players last 30 days.

Wargame RD has on steamspy around 40 000 audience in last 2 weeks.

As I said, find a macro based game that is at least as popular as wargame which is not really an achievement. CoH2 level of popularity is what a C&C Generals inspired AoA should aim for because it can based on C&C Generals having millions of buyers.


Doesn't steam report all players in-game, whether singleplayer or multiplayer?

FAF is mostly tracking multiplayer users, it doesn't count players who are just doing skirmish or campaign.

Still, if you're asking for "mainstream popular", then FAF isn't that. It's a passionate and active niche community.

Do you think all this time after release there is a large number of people still playing Wargame singleplayer?

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 13:29
by admiralzeech
torinus wrote:
admiralzeech wrote:
torinus wrote:Ok so lets take the
10522 Unique players last 30 days.

Wargame RD has on steamspy around 40 000 audience in last 2 weeks.

As I said, find a macro based game that is at least as popular as wargame which is not really an achievement. CoH2 level of popularity is what a C&C Generals inspired AoA should aim for because it can based on C&C Generals having millions of buyers.


Doesn't steam report all players in-game, whether singleplayer or multiplayer?

FAF is mostly tracking multiplayer users, it doesn't count players who are just doing skirmish or campaign.

Still, if you're asking for "mainstream popular", then FAF isn't that. It's a passionate and active niche community.

Do you think all this time after release there is a large number of people still playing Wargame singleplayer?


I don't know anything about wargame, but I do know the majority of supcom players are skirmish players who just want to have a relaxing game of explosion solitaire. FAF online players are just the hardcore.

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 15:24
by AndreB
[EUG]MadMat wrote:We have just been announcing AoA: Reboot Edition here:
viewtopic.php?p=918405#p918404

This massive overhaul of the game should address most of the major complaints made about AoA so far.
We do hope dissatisfied players will give it a try, and maybe reconsider their opinion of the game.


Awesome ;)

Everyone that comes to this thread should look into that link.

In fact a new thread should probably be made.

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 15:43
by [EUG]MadMat
AndreB wrote:In fact a new thread should probably be made.

Isn't the announcement exactly that? ;)

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 15:49
by AndreB
[EUG]MadMat wrote:
AndreB wrote:In fact a new thread should probably be made.

Isn't the announcement exactly that? ;)


Yeah i didnt see it, i was looking at this forum only :mrgreen:

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 16:56
by SpeisCheese
[EUG]MadMat wrote:We have just been announcing AoA: Reboot Edition here:
viewtopic.php?p=918405#p918404

This massive overhaul of the game should address most of the major complaints made about AoA so far.
We do hope dissatisfied players will give it a try, and maybe reconsider their opinion of the game.

Great announcement so far. I wish I could make a new thread with some questions about this new "Edition", but I suppose that many things won't be revealed until official announcement.

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Fri 11 Mar 2016 17:36
by AndreB
SpeisCheese wrote:
[EUG]MadMat wrote:We have just been announcing AoA: Reboot Edition here:
viewtopic.php?p=918405#p918404

This massive overhaul of the game should address most of the major complaints made about AoA so far.
We do hope dissatisfied players will give it a try, and maybe reconsider their opinion of the game.

Great announcement so far. I wish I could make a new thread with some questions about this new "Edition", but I suppose that many things won't be revealed until official announcement.


Precisely my dear watson.

Re: Do you even care about your community?

Posted: Mon 21 Mar 2016 09:11
by Chubzdoomer
Chubzdoomer wrote:It's sad to see that even the devs themselves have dropped the game like a bad habit and are completely ignoring us. I maintain that Act of Aggression could have been far more successful had it not been so horribly mismanaged from pre-release all the way to today. Honestly, though, I think the writing was on the wall from day one.


Very happy to be eating crow right now. The Reboot Edition sounds so awesome!