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Relationship between the patch on character appearance and online multiplayer
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The topic we will discuss this time is when the game developer only updates patches related to the appearance of the game character.

In fact, many games are making updates related to the character appearance. However, in general, the actual game content other than that is also updated.

Personally, I think online multiplayer must be active in order to sell content related to character appearance well. Because there are a lot of people to show off their gorgeous costumes. In fact, many successful online games have made and sold many patches for enhancing character appearance.

The problem is, if you want to energize online multiplayer to increase sales of items related to character appearance. Personally, I think this is not possible with cosmetic updates, and requires constant and constant real-world game content updates. But this costs a lot of money for the developer. Above all, the game must be sold steadily. Unless it's a PUBG, Overwatch, high-quality game that can be sold steadily, it would be very difficult to keep multiplayer active with the traditional buy-to-play market method. This is my view. Of course, I can be wrong.

What do you think of a game that only updates the patch for character appearance enhancements, even though multiplayer is not active at all?

What do you think is the reason why the developer does not update the real content as a game such as a new weapon or map, but only updates the player's characters to beautify their characters?
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Better response on post RE: Relationship between the patch on character appearance and online multiplayerPersonally, If you are not going to include multiplayer then its not going to see much use other than being... well... Fallout 3's customization in terms of what it will be used for. You could not believe how some insane fortnite players will nekopile on free-to-play players who are using the default skins even if said skins are so pricey
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(03-18-2021, 10:32 PM)Laffey wanting Siren observer Wrote:  Personally, If you are not going to include multiplayer then its not going to see much use other than being... well... Fallout 3's customization in terms of what it will be used for. You could not believe how some insane fortnite players will nekopile on free-to-play players who are using the default skins even if said skins are so pricey

Do you think so too? Think
So do i. If multiplayer is not active, no matter how much the developer makes skins or costumes and sells them, I think it's hard to sell, of course, because there are no people who can show them. Lewd

If the number of multiplayer is small, I think developers should focus on increasing content and gathering people that actually make the game fun, rather than patches about cosmetic stuffs. Nice

Thanks for the good comment!
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