Originally Posted by Drath Malorn
Originally Posted by GM4Him
It was not like this. It was not the vacuum we're experiencing here.

But then, the fan base was much smaller. 18,000 BG3 posts at one point compared to 2-3,000 Solasta. Not quite the same. People weren't flooding Solasta with gazillions of posts hourly.

Sure, BG3 has a lot more EA players and feedback. But Larian has a many more employees (and indirect-employees, and possibly volunteers).

And while processing the textual feedback, i.e. the players-to-Larian communication, takes more time when there's more feedback, giving updates on what's being worked on and what will not change, i.e. the Larian-to-players communication, does not.

Larian's policy of no-communication with players/the forums is a choice, not a technical limitation.

Sometimes keeping your mouth shut and your ears open is a good thing.

They have increased their staff to 400? They are certainly committed.

I do see improvements.

I feel inclined to appreciate their hard work and gauge their progress by the single means they seem to to be communicating the best with:


P.S. I see evidence that Larian wants to keep its promises, best not to say something you may wish to retract.
Perhaps they are not sure of some choices at this time.