Blizzard responds to complaints about Warcraft 3: Reforged
Blizzard has decided to respond to gamers complaints about the release of Warcraft 3: Reforged promising to meet the demands of the community with future updates.
"First of all we would like to say we are sorry you had the experience you wanted, and we would like to share our plans for the future with you"
the company said in the first update of the game.
But what changes will come into play? First of all, the bug that causes both color and shading problems in Classic Mode will be fixed. The same patch will also fix various animations, audio and UI issues, and several other themes that have arisen.
As for the cutscenes, the company said that it wanted to stay true to the original game.
"What you will eventually remember are the campaigns, which tell one of the most classic Warcraft stories. So we wanted to keep the true spirit of Warcraft 3 and allow players to experience these unforgettable moments just like in the original."
Therefore, it seems that the company does not intend to change the cutscenes. At least they bothered to improve their graphics ...
Blizzard also made it clear that they are working on various features such as creating leaderboards and clans. Both are expected to come with a very big update on a date that has yet to be announced.
The players' frustration with Reforged came from the very first day of release. Soon everyone realized that many of the features the company had promised were conspicuous by their absence, not to mention the connectivity issues.
Blizzard recognized some of the problems that arose and promised to fix them in future patches. Until then ... we have to be patient.