Because SDS... that's why

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Perfect Timing in the results on a ball on the outer half and it slices foul... GG SDS. In all fairness it was in Showdown so yeah..

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Listen SDS won’t admit to their failures on gameplay. Content is so [censored] good this year, but gameplay is in a place that it shouldn’t be.

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Yeah I still don't understand how P/P can be a foul ball, like I understand it being outs, but I don't see any reasonable defense for it being foul

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@KOTANK1334 said in Because SDS... that's why:

Perfect Timing in the results on a ball on the outer half and it slices foul... GG SDS. In all fairness it was in Showdown so yeah..

Gameplay is SO BAD. I don't care if its been said 100 million times. Keep posting so they know its unacceptable.

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Lol this happened to me today in a RS game. I instantly quit.

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@eatyum said in Because SDS... that's why:

Yeah I still don't understand how P/P can be a foul ball, like I understand it being outs, but I don't see any reasonable defense for it being foul

Because the feedback is broken, just like many other aspects of the game. For example, I challenge one person to show a perfect-perfect resulted in a foul ball in a game log, won't find it, even though it did happen in the game.

I stopped trusting the feedback and just base it off my eyes and "feel" of the swing. Seems just as random to me.

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@abbyspapa
Challenge accepted.

https://ibb.co/Yp7dttG

That’s just yesterday. They happen all the time now too.

Edit: you’ll also notice 3 good swing outs /:

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@MrGamebred said in Because SDS... that's why:

@abbyspapa
Challenge accepted.

https://ibb.co/Yp7dttG

That’s just yesterday. They happen all the time now too.

Edit: you’ll also notice 3 good swing outs /:

Now show me the game log that shows that perfect-perfect resulted in a foul ball. Down at the bottom of the game log. I think you'll find it mysteriously missing from the game log.

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@abbyspapa said in Because SDS... that's why:

Now show me the game log that shows that perfect-perfect resulted in a foul ball. Down at the bottom of the game log. I think you'll find it mysteriously missing from the game log.

Ahhh. Now I see that in your original post. Missed the game log part lol. No game log for moments that I could go back to, unfortunately! I’ll keep an eye out for that though. The whole thing is just a mess.

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@MrGamebred said in Because SDS... that's why:

@abbyspapa said in Because SDS... that's why:

Now show me the game log that shows that perfect-perfect resulted in a foul ball. Down at the bottom of the game log. I think you'll find it mysteriously missing from the game log.

Ahhh. Now I see that in your original post. Missed the game log part lol. No game log for moments that I could go back to, unfortunately! I’ll keep an eye out for that though. The whole thing is just a mess.

I'm betting you will never see a perfect-perfect resulting in a foul ball in a game log, even though it happened in the game. Just another example of broken code.

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No matter what content they put out, what they did after week one of this cycle almost certainly costed them money. Ive spent an entire five dollars on stubs. Where ss last year I easily went 200 plus. There is zero point in investing when it just comes down to broken code no matter whom one is using. They ruined their own game this cycle by, most likely, trying too hard to get it right. Sliders are so far off its frightening. This has been very weak programming.

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Gameplay feels like it changes week to week. Some weeks fielding is bad, then it’s fixed and later there’s a new issue. One week it’s mid 90’s moonshot event and next week I’m striking out 12 times a game. They’re probably testing different sliders for multi platform next year.

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@eatyum said in Because SDS... that's why:

Yeah I still don't understand how P/P can be a foul ball, like I understand it being outs, but I don't see any reasonable defense for it being foul

It logically makes no sense, man. The "early" and "late" timing notations are in regards to pitch location and favorable batted ball outcomes in regards to a baseball field.

So early on an inside pitch means it's probably foul. Late on an outside pitch means it's probably foul, etc.

The "perfect" timing notation should always result in at least a fair ball. Especially considering the dimensions of a baseball field should theoretically have been considered in determining a "perfect" timing notation

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Perfect perfect.....foul ball has me wondering how? Late....down one line, early down the other but prefects should be somewhere left and right of centerfield or to middle infielders but nope perfect perfect foul ball of left field.
...about my luck

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