The developers complained about negative feedback for being too active in supporting the game. The authors of Songs of Conquest find themselves in a strange position

by alex

Some games in early access receive updates rarely, which is very frustrating for players. However, active support can also cause a negative reaction.

The developers of Songs of Conquest find themselves in a strange position. They developed the project in Steam Early Access and came to the point where they began to be criticized for actively releasing updates.

It often happens that projects in Steam Early Access “freeze” – the developer (or team) leaves the game without new patches and updates for a long period of time – months or even a year or more – and this, naturally, is not very popular with those who bought the “developing project”.

The authors of Songs of Conquest tried to please the community with updates and patches as often as possible – and this approach also met with a certain negative reaction.

The Lavapotion team shared on the social network an example of a negative review of Songs of Conquest, which is not related to the quality of the game itself or the fact that the author did not like something in the project – the reason was the high activity of the developers.

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A dissatisfied user writes: “This game is updated too often, it's quite annoying; It's not worth keeping on my PC if it needs to be updated every 5 minutes.”

The authors of Songs of Conquest responded to this unexpected complaint:

“To be clear, if you are looking for a game where the developers will not listen to feedback and update it frequently. This game is NOT for you… (Yes, this is a real recent review of our game).”

The developers complained about negative feedback for being too active in supporting the game. The authors of Songs of Conquest find themselves in a strange position

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Cover by Lavapotion, Coffee Stain Publishing. Image source: steamcommunity.com

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Screenshots by: @songsofconquest. Image source: twitter.com

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