7/22/2014 5:46:08 PM PermalinkReally? Another poll. I'm gonna start counting how many of these threads there are.
7/22/2014 1:59:02 PM PermalinkI picked everything, but really I'm indifferent. On one hand I know what a beta is. We are volunteering our time to help the developer. It's not for us, it's for the game. Charity work. A chore. A burden. It's not meant to be for personal gain. Like volunteering to help at a soup kitchen or an orphanage. On the other hand, it's not unreasonable to ask to be compensated for our time and the assistance we've provided, and what could be more fair than to let us keep what we've accumulated? The more time we've put in, and therefore the more assistance we've provided, the greater our compensation. So really, I'm neutral. I'm here as a volunteer and never expected to be compensated, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't be pleased and appreciative if compensation were given.
7/19/2014 11:08:42 AM PermalinkIt's all Ogre - 11/10/2015 10:16:35 PMThey did say they were taking everything over and that you will have that character through sequel's
So after putting a good chunk of time into the beta I was wondering if progress you have made on your guardian should transfer over to the final build of the game. I understand people saying that it wouldnt be fair to the people who haven't pre-ordered the game or have a playstation system but even if you arent on playstation when the beta launches for Xbox you will be investing a huge amount of time into the game so I thought it would be a nice little reward to everyone participating in the beta. Just in case people think that would be unfair to the people who have acess to the beta another thing to do would be allow people to carry of all of the loot that they have earned or purchased to the final build since even if you have this things from the get go you can't acess them since they have a level requirement to them. Also please transfer crucible rep its damn hard to earn im at barely 1000 myself. Just my thoughts would love to no what others think.