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ChampionRuby50g
02-07-2019, 07:54 AM
Again Ubisoft, I ask you to please change the breaking system. When fighting it becomes impossible to see for crucial time. It’s outdated, and getting in the way of opportunities to rally and potentially win.

Bjron_Ironside
02-07-2019, 08:16 AM
+1.

Please Ubi, we've been asking for this change since season 1. Along with the leave notification blocking the lobby chat box after a match. Also please let us skip the annoying level up crap. Never have time to edit our heros or leave a match in time because we're stuck with "You've leveled up!" for 10 minutes.

Klingentaenz3r
02-07-2019, 09:42 AM
+1.

Please Ubi, we've been asking for this change since season 1. Along with the leave notification blocking the lobby chat box after a match. Also please let us skip the annoying level up crap. Never have time to edit our heros or leave a match in time because we're stuck with "You've leveled up!" for 10 minutes.

+1 for this

rottmeister
02-09-2019, 01:18 AM
+ 1 YES PLEASE.

Sidenote: I saw a Black Prior commit suicide today, I honestly didn't know how to react. He literally ran up to us, matrix dodged our attacks and majestically jumped off the clif into his doom. It was kind of impressive. Goodnight.

ChampionRuby50g
02-09-2019, 01:44 AM
I know that even if this does get seen, it’ll just be the standard reply “we’ve seen these complaints before and continue to let the team know about it”. Well why in the fcuk has nothing been done about it for 2 years when it’s been a complaint for 2 years? The team clearly doesn’t care about the quality of life in the game, or just blatantly ignores everything that comes off the forum. I might make a Reddit account and then finally we could get needed changes because clearly Reddit is the favourite and go to, as did Pope not mentioned that they will be looking to Reddit for questions or something like that? It’s a really great look when a community manager for the company is so open to how much they prefer a 3rd party website compared to their own official forums. +1 for professionalism!

Kryltic
02-09-2019, 01:08 PM
My changes would be:

Remove the whole "unlocked highlight" crap at the end of a game. I can already see what I unlocked or that I leveled up. I don't need to be forced out of a game because it's the only way to sort out orders/character changes before starting another match.

Instead of the massive banner and the hero pop ups at the left/right sides of the screens. Just use a similar banner to whats in Breach at the top of the screen but for whichever side is breaking and the simple voice warning we get now.

Also bring back Apollyon as the announcer!

Illyrian_King
02-09-2019, 01:28 PM
Also bring back Apollyon as the announcer!

YES YES YES !!!

So much better then this native european trying to do a japanese accent.

Also please shorten or entirely remove that annoying Faction War news everytime I enter the multiplayer. It server no purpose at all, it's just annoying!

UbiInsulin
02-12-2019, 03:40 AM
I know that even if this does get seen, it’ll just be the standard reply “we’ve seen these complaints before and continue to let the team know about it”. Well why in the fcuk has nothing been done about it for 2 years when it’s been a complaint for 2 years? The team clearly doesn’t care about the quality of life in the game, or just blatantly ignores everything that comes off the forum. I might make a Reddit account and then finally we could get needed changes because clearly Reddit is the favourite and go to, as did Pope not mentioned that they will be looking to Reddit for questions or something like that? It’s a really great look when a community manager for the company is so open to how much they prefer a 3rd party website compared to their own official forums. +1 for professionalism!

I personally source what I report from here, Reddit, Steam, and social media. It all can make it to the team.

And I vastly prefer acknowledging threads when I can to the alternative, so here it comes: I will pass this feedback to the team again.

(sorry to mildly necro this thread)

ChampionRuby50g
02-12-2019, 05:15 AM
I personally source what I report from here, Reddit, Steam, and social media.

I think some of the perception is that Reddit memes are preferred to actual suggestions & feedback. When I look at Reddit, I typically use this flair to find actual topics that are being discussed: https://www.reddit.com/r/forhonor/search?q=flair_name%3A%22Suggestions%22&restrict_sr=1&t=week&sort=top . I also look at r/competitiveforhonor, which tolerates 0 meme-ing.

It is important to sometimes engage with people who are just goofing around and making things because they're inspired by For Honor. It's as much a part of the FH community as people who take the lore super-seriously, or people who write in-depth rework proposals. It isn't more important than serious feedback, and I'm not passing Reddit memes on to the team instead of real stuff.

(sorry to mildly necro this thread)

I did end up making a reddit account and saw you where modding on those subreddits too. That quote you quoted off me, I was just over it at the time of posting. I did come of harsher than I intended. I don't mean to say that Reddit doesnt have any valuable feedback, but it doesnt make sense to me that the Official forums never get mentioned by Community managers like Pope and the devs on the stream. The first thing always brought up is Reddit. It makes us feel ignored. I joined the forums with the thought that my feedback would be making a difference, but when we never get mentioned so its like what we say doesn't have an impact. Even just an acknowledgment of us, or if the team ever make a poll why doesn't it get stickied in the forum? It always goes to reddit.

But don't say sorry for necroing the thread. I always appreciate you saying whats gotta be said, and despite what i said earlier, its good to get mod attention on these things.

Inzzane_79
02-12-2019, 09:22 AM
I will never understand why stuff like Reddit seems to be more important to Devs than their own Forums. Your Forum should be your first source of information from the community and not Reddit or Twitter or Facebook or whatever else

Also +1 on this Topic

Ubi-Jimothy
02-12-2019, 12:11 PM
I will never understand why stuff like Reddit seems to be more important to Devs than their own Forums. Your Forum should be your first source of information from the community and not Reddit or Twitter or Facebook or whatever else

Also +1 on this Topic

Neither is 'more important' than the other, the only reason Reddit gets mentioned on the Den is because that's where the majority of the playerbase watching the stream is. Both the Forums and Reddit are important to us, and as mentioned earlier in this thread, we provide feedback to the team based on every platform.

Regarding the OP, this is something we tested with the For the Creed event, and it seemed like an overwhelmingly positive change for most. I'll keep letting the team know that it's something you guys definitely want!

ChampionRuby50g
02-12-2019, 12:24 PM
Neither is 'more important' than the other, the only reason Reddit gets mentioned on the Den is because that's where the majority of the playerbase watching the stream is. Both the Forums and Reddit are important to us, and as mentioned earlier in this thread, we provide feedback to the team based on every platform.

Regarding the OP, this is something we tested with the For the Creed event, and it seemed like an overwhelmingly positive change for most. I'll keep letting the team know that it's something you guys definitely want!


Who are you, and what have you done with Jim??! Jim always signs off with the signature “Best regards, Jim.”

Been serious now, I never played the Creed event. Was something different when breaking then, like there wasn’t any flashes and the whole screen wasn’t been covered, or the photos of your team mates on the side of the screen got moved?

Thanks for letting the team know, again. Hopefully they act on it this time. :/

Vakris_One
02-12-2019, 05:13 PM
Who are you, and what have you done with Jim??! Jim always signs off with the signature “Best regards, Jim.”

Been serious now, I never played the Creed event. Was something different when breaking then, like there wasn’t any flashes and the whole screen wasn’t been covered, or the photos of your team mates on the side of the screen got moved?

Thanks for letting the team know, again. Hopefully they act on it this time. :/
There weren't any giant skull popups blocking the centre of the screen and there weren't any more huge banners yelling at you, "WELL MET GAMER! DID YOU KNOW YOU ARE BREAKING TODAY?"

It was crazy. It's like we were playing a game from 2017 as apposed to one with UI from the 1990s :D

ChampionRuby50g
02-12-2019, 09:16 PM
There weren't any giant skull popups blocking the centre of the screen and there weren't any more huge banners yelling at you, "WELL MET GAMER! DID YOU KNOW YOU ARE BREAKING TODAY?"

It was crazy. It's like we were playing a game from 2017 as apposed to one with UI from the 1990s :D

When reading this I spit out my morning coffee and broke into an Irish jig, woke my sister up to tell her “Finally! They’ve finally done it!”

But then i realised that it wasn’t in the main version of the game and we won’t see it in the main version until next season at the earliest :(

UbiInsulin
02-12-2019, 09:20 PM
I did end up making a reddit account and saw you where modding on those subreddits too. That quote you quoted off me, I was just over it at the time of posting. I did come of harsher than I intended. I don't mean to say that Reddit doesnt have any valuable feedback, but it doesnt make sense to me that the Official forums never get mentioned by Community managers like Pope and the devs on the stream. The first thing always brought up is Reddit. It makes us feel ignored. I joined the forums with the thought that my feedback would be making a difference, but when we never get mentioned so its like what we say doesn't have an impact. Even just an acknowledgment of us, or if the team ever make a poll why doesn't it get stickied in the forum? It always goes to reddit.

But don't say sorry for necroing the thread. I always appreciate you saying whats gotta be said, and despite what i said earlier, its good to get mod attention on these things.

Thanks ChampionRuby; I actually edited my post because I realized you hadn't said anything about the quality of Reddit feedback itself, and I was sort of putting words in your mouth based on another recent thread that reminded me of your post.

CRIMS0NM0NKEY
02-12-2019, 10:37 PM
Op you can reduce the crispness of your screen and it helps so the breaking and death stuff isn't so blinding. It's a work around until they never fix it.