BeLZedaR.4790 Posted January 4, 2018 Share Posted January 4, 2018 I probably write this for nothing bur meh I’ll do it anyway. Here’s a thing, What goes down now is that the patch lands on the season start. This has a few major issues: - No patch is perfect. In no game a patch lands and it doesn’t have exceedingly high power builds on it and/or it unexpectedly destroyed or impacted builds intended to remain intact. - The season just started, and having these imbalances from a patch that just shipped lose people their placements can rise frustration. - People look at the leaderboards as “oh he’s just playing the new broken shit” and rightfully so. This removes the legitimacy of the competition. So here’s a solution with a nice few pros. Make the patch at the end of the season, as soon as possible, same day. Then make a small one when the season starts. So why is this good? - offseason is no longer irrelevant and boring, it actually serves as a ground to test the new meta before next season, and and know what you’re getting into, make a build etc. - serves the off-season as a free PTR with no effort to anet. People can give feedback on broken things before they affect the ladder and have them fixed by season start. This way maybe things like today’s meta wouldn’t happen. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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