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Shortcut to improve world linking (for EU Matches)

Jey.2349Jey.2349 Member ✭✭
edited May 14, 2019 in WvW

Just ignore the world's "language focus" for linking. Well-Balanced match-ups are more relevant for the players than having a consistent language in chat.
Arena-Net should be able to test this relatively easily for a linking session and decide it based on the feedback during that time.

Since I'm also interested let's have a little vote:

  • Thumbs Up: If you are more interested in a balanced match-up.
  • Helpful: If you think the language focus should be essential for linking.

Comments

  • steki.1478steki.1478 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Besides the fact that most national servers are horrible in organized fights (some are even running away from every fight), I'd certainly not enjoy map/team chat spam that I don't understand.

    PS. You can make a poll for voting.

  • Jey.2349Jey.2349 Member ✭✭

    Thanks for the poll info, didn't know that.

    I think at first worlds with different language focus will keep on fighting separately, but after a few days/weeks they possibly adapt their play-styles. Team chat spam can be problematic, but most chat calls are already/almost international.

  • Knighthonor.4061Knighthonor.4061 Member ✭✭✭✭

    If players of the same language would form squads and communicate only with each other, it could make WvW zergs splinter, which could be a good thing.

  • CrimsonNeonite.1048CrimsonNeonite.1048 Member ✭✭✭
    edited May 14, 2019

    Well they keep a link server like RoF open to cheap transfers to T1, while other host servers or links are closed or impossible to transfer to, without alot of gold.

    Maybe server links go on for too long of a period.

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