I'm not talking about just having long queues. I mean, I get that it is important to keep the experience consistent for the players that do make it in, not allow too many of one server in, etc etc.
I get it if I show up 15 minutes after reset, a high demand time, that I may have to wait in a queue to get in. Or even if I am not one of the fastest people to click the moment it becomes available, I can end up in a queue.
What is absolutely frustratingly unacceptable is that week after week the queues are just flat out broken.
Tonight, for the fourth reset in a row, our guild's squad of 50 had a dozen or so get in, but the rest all stuck at "9" in the queue. 26 minutes in, and no one has moved from 9.
Last week, we sat at "3". Some of us got in after an hour or so. Most of us just gave up before that point.
I'm sure we're not the only ones that are dealing with this.
It's bad enough that actual game updates for WVW mode are few and far between.
But the fact that it is, all jokes and memes aside, LITERALLY UNPLAYABLE is ridiculous.
Set up a queue, sure. Let us watch our progress and know where we stand, sure. If it says there are 28 people ahead of me, I know that I can probably go and grab a drink while I wait, but if it's moving I know that eventually I'll get in.
But when everyone is sitting at 9 not knowing if we'll have a chance to play tonight or not, until MAYBE at some random time all of those that are stuck in this weird queue state suddenly get dumped in, or maybe not at all...
That's just not a sustainable way to have a game.