I think delaying the release is a good decision and will do good to the game in the long run! As many wrote before me, it is good to see your commitment and I also appreciate your hard work! Keep up the good work and you will have an amazing game to give us when it is ready! (It is already very good! )
Sounds amazing that you're still in the running for creating a true successor to the previous title. Looking forward to the weapon damage being dramatically increased in order to make the TTK resemble Ins2014. Either that or body armour needs its own SAPI sized hitboxes...
Improve the character models, textures, and animations in the game
Improve the “scoped” experience for both high and low-quality scope settings
Improve the level visuals, gameplay and optimization
Add more cosmetic item variations and a new
Im glad that the team is taking as much time as they need because the last thing you want is a broken game from launch like EA, Ubisofts, and other gaming company that do not deliver. Thank you for the continuous hard work guys we all appreciate the smallest fixes and improvements; it goes a long way.
What's wrong with delaying when it's to work and improve upon the project? I don't get why there's a hurry to get a game out, except perhaps budget, publisher deadlines or the whole team being straight up fed up working on a game for too long.
But fan expectations and impatience? That's petty. Just have faith in the devs, until perhaps they show signs of disinterest/laziness/slacking off.
Delaying games usually has very positive outcomes, providing the devs are passionate about their project and the additional time is well used, if course. Which nothing points against so far, so I'm glad to read this. Wish the team all the best in making this game a shiny title. Keep up the valiant effort guys.
This isnt the haughty, trolling - “got my refund, gonna go post it in forums now” crowd. We love NWI. Those toxic A-holes that think they are doing a service to NWI behaving that way need to chill out. They forget that it is possible to let a dev know whats up without screaming into refund posts in the forums.