For real. Literally any other dev team could drop a hotfix within a day of finding such a small easily fixable thing like this. And TC needs literal months and it’s obviously not for them to test. Because we all know they don’t test their game
I’m frustrated that theres no way for us to see the list of bugs they plan on squashing. Del’s discount in horde has been broken since the game launched and I’ve made a post about it that while back… there are other bugs in my list that I have found but should I even bother posting them? I have no clue what gets picked up
Del’s discount is broken? How so? Has always worked fine for me.
It’s only supposed to apply to the first five fortifications you purchase, and doesn’t apply to upgrades, if that’s what you think is broken about it. Meant to give you a headstart on establishing your base, not a game-long discount on everything.
Not the upgrades I’m talking about. As you buy more fortifications they go up in Increments of 1,000 power. The discount does not follow. You can see more of the breakdown in my post here : Horde- Del's Discounts Are Not Accurate
In horde mode, there has always been a built in mechanic where your fortifications will go up in purchase cost based on the # of items you have purchased.
This is actually not the price of the fortification increasing, that is to say - the specific value for the cost of the item is not changing in the background, instead, a separate value, elsewhere, is increasing and applying to the initial cost.
The card only applies to the value in the initalial cost slot, not the values affecting it.
This can be observed easily with the master mod as well, as far as I know, and I could be wrong but it wouldn’t take much testing wither- the master mod seems to increase initial power in increments of 100. I haven’t noticed that change to wierd numbers like 57/66/75 or anything.
Other studios are ably to fix issues, both big and small at a faster pace than TC, for the most part.
I know how all of this works. I wasn’t born yesterday. Compared to other studios, they work at a snail’s pace
You’d think that them being an MS owned studio, they’d be more efficient at releasing fixes and tunings because they can expedite the certification process or MS can prioritize them when TC puts something up for certification.