That gives the game a lot of hope. The general consensus is this patch made this the worst version of mlb the show to date which is unfortunate because just a week ago we were playing possibly the BEST version of mlb the show ever made. (Minus a few bugs and a few misc fixes)
Why they chose to scale the game back to a broken random dumpster fire is really beyond my understanding. I can’t even imagine the casual players would have any sort of fun playing this game in its current state.
That being said that makes me think positive about the eventual outcome.
They need people that are actually good in this game testing it. We’ve watched the dev streams let’s be honest...none of you are very good at your own game which in turn makes you think other people can possibly be good at the game. To be honest all of you would be about 500-600 range or less in the grand scheme of things. So maybe get some very high skilled players down there to test the game?
Accept that ppl want to have fun. Forget micro managing telemetry and data. If the scores are 10-8 they are 10-8. It got harder as you moved up...and it’s a lot more fun then 1-1 or 2-1 with 15 lineouts on great inputs by both teams.
Respect the community and stay true to your word. You sold this game on SKILL WOULD MATTER. And INPUTS WOULD MATTER. They don’t. Period. Inputs mean literally nothing.