Roadmap meaning as a protocoll about and listing which areas ingame have been further optimized and changed:
"Im in for that. Please it would help us to see whats done allready", like.
But in defense of Larian Studios.
This Roadmap or kind of allready exist in development but not optimized and worked on for easier use to present to us Community guys.
So this would be worth another Joblisting in the Community Section and overall ther would allways be more communication allready to this new guy to prep us this Roadmap.
Meaning the overall speed of developing BG3 will be slowed down a bit more.
I guess i can live without a Roadmap now and hope for a less disturbed development process
If the speed of developing Baldur's Gate III would be slowed down by giving a roadmap for everyone to see, wouldn't that apply to everything that they're doing?
Updates, news of the updates, playthroughs of the updates, update changelogs, etc.
Also, I doubt that it would stall development for them to have someone make or use an already existing roadmap and problem recognition list and give updates on it when a substantial update is released.
Right now, it doesn't feel like they're actually involving players that much in the development of the game, and I think that those things would help people to see what effect their feedback and requests are having on the game's development, if any at all.
I was looking at the changelog for Patch 6, and for almost all of it I was wondering, "Who asked for these changes and additions?", because I'd never seen those requests here or on Steam.
For example, getting blood and dirt on characters.
I've seen [i]two[/] character customization topics on Steam that mentioned "dirt" in a list, but I've never seen anyone say, "Hey, can we have our characters get blood and dirt on them as they explore and battle?".
I'm not saying it's a bad feature or anything, but I didn't really see many things that have been requested, greatly or otherwise, on there.
Aside from bug fixes, there were like...four things that I might've seen requested that were on the list.
More content, bonuses after re-roll, stack splitting in camp and high ground balancing.