Community Support: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

With the recent Quick Scoping debate raised by Treyarch regarding their newest game to be released, Call of Duty: Black Ops, we bring in question some of the well done community support in times past, the terrible community support, and what we can look forward to with Black Ops in the future.

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kdogdaddy2734d ago

Agreed, the support from Treyarch has been unparalleled for a shooter, and I for one look forward to seeing what else they continue to crank out.

Losi2734d ago

Maybe a Medieval themed game? I'd personally like to see Treyarch take over the Modern Warfare series and expand that in the areas that IWNet failed.

Shackdaddy8362733d ago

I would rather them do an actual modern day war instead of some made up - shoot as many Russians as you can - game imo. Maybe Iraq?

kdogdaddy2734d ago

Someone's been watching Seananners and Hutch... :)

getonmylev3l2733d ago

Is quickscoping really that fun to do? Some people make it seem like it's life or death for them.

CommonCent2733d ago (Edited 2733d ago )

Good read. Its true a community can break a game if it's interest isn't kept. You can't "Modern Warfare 2" it out and not communicate with the community and refuse to let them know that stuff is getting worked on and fixed.
Letting everyone know a fix for a game's issues is coming a week before a patch is not good enough, you must address them the moment they are brought up.
Oh and continued development of content keeps interests high not nickel and dimeing through "map packs". Fuck you Activision, Fuck you!

TooTall192733d ago

holy hot cakes... This is actually starting to look like they are making some very good improvements to the COD franchise.

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