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Changes to Vehicles With Preferential Matchmaking + Notes on Trade-in

Дата: 22.05.2018 05:42:43
View Postmrmojo, on May 22 2018 - 02:22, said:   Like the 268 v4????   This is like 1984 in 2018: "Changes in WoT have always been slow and methodical."    

KRZYB00P:   They are making changes to it. Slowlyyyyyyyyy  

View PostThe_Real_Black_Knight, on May 22 2018 - 02:24, said:   Raymee, Total agree.  I and my son both have spent a serious amount of cash on the older Premium MM tanks over the past many years.  We understood that if we bought New Premium tanks after the rebalancing math, we would Not get the same benefits as our older existing Premium MM tanks.  And yes we did buy some of these newer tanks and were fully informed when doing so.  If WoT decides to change the equation on these older tanks than it ought to offer real money compensation to refund us the real money we gave them.  Yes, this could end up being a lot of money if all of us start trading in our older tanks in bulk.  Does this make WoT nervous?  I would think absolutely.  Thus, WoT will need to figure a way to leave our older Premium MM tanks alone with the same characteristics and MM we have always loved and enjoy while allowing them to participate in upgraded WoT releases.  Will this be tough for WoT to do?  Yes, but if they want our money which pays their salaries and profit to their owners, they better do so and will have to work harder.  Reality ... its a tough one WoT :) Thanks, The_Real_Black_Knight

KRZYB00P:   What if you like the changes?  

View PostEmpressNero, on May 22 2018 - 02:24, said:   The problem is, for a looooong time Wargaming's policy has been "we don't touch premium tanks because people paid real money for them".  As I recall, that was one of the main "commandments" coming out of Closed Beta.  Hell, I remember how much freaking out Wargaming was doing when they remodeled the Super Pershing into HD because the SD model had incorrect angles or some such and the HD model would have less protection.  As I recall, Wargaming was giving out refunds for the Super Pershing like candy because the tank they had sold people was changing in a negative way.   And now all the sudden you're dropping a couple large bombshells on the community by suddenly announcing "hope you don't enjoy your preferential matchmaking, because it's going bye-bye.  And if you don't like it, give us money and we'll give you another tank instead."  For many people, that's a large negative change in the tank they bought with real money.  I'm just saying that maaaaybe Wargaming should have clarified their position regarding premiums and their balancing a few months before dropping the preferential bomb.

KRZYB00P:   Pref MM wasn't stated as going buh bye in that article. Just that changes are being made.  

View PostBavor, on May 22 2018 - 02:27, said:   Why not give us the option of a full gold refund for the tank?  I'm sure there will be some tanks the owners are not happy with and they don't want a different tank in exchange.  

KRZYB00P:   Cause it you wouldn't be able to 1:1 with the original price of the KV-5.

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