@silaf And where I ask this game to be gay simulator? Stop the whole "Romance = Dating Simulator"
Greedfall already confirm romance, including same sex romance. I don't ask them for anything they don't already do.
I refer to AC Odyssey because they also promise for romance and player can CHOOSE to be sexaulity they want, including LGBT and player can even stay single if they want.
BUT turn out It only in main game. Since the story of first additional episode they just release have high chance to force romance on player in the next episode. They promise player and we answer by pay at hight price for editon that include addition story BUT in this addition story, they betray player by force us to romance (and in my case, they force me to romance girl, who myself & my Alexios will never feel anything to her).
Straight player choose try to understand us. Since many game Playable character usually be straight. Game with linear story usually have force straight romance. Just imagine if you live in the world that you are straight BUT every game in the world you have to play as Gay and have to romance with same sex character and even have sex scene with them.
And for game that allow player to choose their sexaulity, most of them use Romance as a tool for player to be what sexuality they want. I have to Romnace if I want to be gay. Even in fact I don't want to romace. I just want to be gay and they have many way for that. But developer use Romance for most of the time. LGBT player have no choice but to do romance in their game if they want to feel that they are what they want to be.
If I want to play Dating sim, I will play dating sim. BUT I want to play RPG game that I can be gay (romance is not necessary just give me some way to be gay).
Romance is not thing that turn RPG game to be dating sim. It's just part of ROLE PLAY mechanic. And sexuality is part of everyone character. What is problem to have romance element in ROLE PLAYING GAME.
I know we will know more about Greedfall in February 2019 BUT it would be great if you guy at Spider give us something to raise our hype as New Year gift
Since Assassin Creed Odyssey likely to force (straight) romance in the big update and that really disappoint me. Greedfall is my only hope.
Now we have 2 confirm companion.
Siora from Native
Kurt from Mercenaries.
3 remain secret.
Right now we only have clear face/costume/voice of SioraI. Kurt's face&voice still unknown.
l hope we will have chance to see all of companion very soon.
I wonder if Siora&kurt are our starting companion. And I hope Spider will not trace Bioware step by make both of starting companion straight romance only.
Religious faction want to convert native to believe in their God? I really hope for peaceful method Not by force or lie.
We learn about Name and description of all faction in Greedfall here.
There are homosexual relationships featured with citizens in the game, and you will see the effect on them during the time period. But as for Johnathan, no.
He is straight and will have a romantic relationship with a woman.
If that's true, I am so disappoint. They should not force player to romance girl or anyone. At least they should have option to reject the romance with girl.
Choice 1 - Yes, My lady.
Choice 2 - Sorry but I am not interest in you.
Choice 3 - I am flatter but I am not into a woman.
Let player who want to be Gay Vampire can be gay, even they have to be single... romance is not that necessary.
Example, Jonathan will looke more pale if he decide to take more life.
I notice that in pre-alpha gameplay, Jonathan look more human than other gameplay.
Maybe it's just change because Developer decision but I love to see Jonathan face appearance change base on how many citizen he take their life & other story choice.
I want that too. Since this game focus on Citizen, their story & even secret... Gay/Bi men & women should hide somewhere in 4 district.
I don't expect Bioware's romance level (and their unfair in term of option per gender). Just some quality conversation/cut scene is enough.
Even Jonathan have to die in the end of Vampyr, at least give him (and me, a gay man) some love.