Nowadays, it’s almost impossible to make all the players happy about a video game. And, of course, many of them are unhappy with their long-running series changing in order to be more coherent with the times they release and live in. That just happened to Resident Evil 7’s first-person view and is happening again with Ghost Recon Wildlands’ open world.
Fans all over the world are trying and expressing their criticism about Wildlands being so different from the previous entries, which were born as highly tactical first person shooter, became third person action game, and then got another important overhaul with Wildlands — luckily one that brings the series back to its standards.
Ubisoft has responded players’ criticism saying it is still working hard to make the game as good as possible, talking with fans on Reddit and other social media, and getting as much feedback as it is fine to build the experience people want. “The beta is not the finished product, and we are definitely working hard to make improvements before launch,” Ubisoft’s Keeba said on Reddit.
“If it makes you feel any better, I can assure you that there have been optimizations and changes made based on player feedback from previous tests. I forward all the feedback I see on various channels to the dev team, and they try to make adjustments and optimizations as they can, according to that feedback.”
Ghost Recon Wildlands is releasing in March for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.