- Jan 6, 2014
Hot-Fix 1.6.1 (Adams) aka a drop on the hot stone ... Keep going !
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"They" don't, be sure, they don't care. It is just Jamor pops up once a week blablaing us like they work superhard making an appearance like if they care about their customers or smg - pushed some standard calming words, u know. They just switched the state of last patch from beta to official so to buy themselves another week or so. The only thing they may be busy with related to Stellaris is making a plan of new DLC full of rainbow-colored penguins and peacocks to doublecharge their naive fans again. Investing efforts in making game work correctly is not economy viable. Making it look sellable - is. Think about it.but I'm not sure if you read the beta topic before you pushed the 1.6.1 live...
Never had a War in Heaven either. I never even had more than one FE awake (and in case of opposing ethos it would just quickly devour the non awakened one).In my experience you can have a war in heaven if you have FE with conflicting ethos, like xenophobes and xenophiles.
I had a war of heaven once, funny enough I nerver encountered an endgame crisis.Never had a War in Heaven either. I never even had more than one FE awake (and in case of opposing ethos it would just quickly devour the non awakened one).
Yea... because now it looks that - 5 days passed, they end beta for it, without any differences/new fixes.Hopefully an open beta for 1.6.2 will go up by the end of today or sometime tomorrow.
War in heaven needs 2 FEs with opposing Ethos to awaken. Usually that coincides with the appearance of a crisis as the crisis will wake a second fallen empire. So far, I almost inevitably got wars in heaven everytime I played that far unless I got rid of one of the fallen empires before that.Never had a War in Heaven either. I never even had more than one FE awake (and in case of opposing ethos it would just quickly devour the non awakened one).
https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?forums/support-bug-reports.879/I saw some people mentioning achievments not working for them. In 1.5 i found a bug if You just created/modified (not sure) a race and started a game directly without going to race selection screen You couldnt earn achivements even if game said You could. Whereas if You created a race than saved it and then went to race selction screen selected this newely created race You could earn achievments. Dunno if that was fixed in 1.6 but maybe this will help someone.
Also being both software tester myself and fan of Paradox games it pains me to see this much effort wasted. Doesnt Paradox have some "bug report template" or some other system which would speed up and structurize feedback and error managment? I found numerous bugs in both Stellaris and EUIV but didnt find easy and structrized way to report them. If such way exists it is well hidden --> Can someone point me to it if that is the case?
Consumers have different standards, I'd wager. It's clear any time you plug into a game community that some people really expect and demand a bug free experience and if they don't get it they feel ripped off and abused. Some people are more used to the errors that crop up through game development and are more patient with the unavoidable bugs.So many people complaining about this patch...I haven't really had any issues outside of the egalitarians hating me for settling a world with pre-sentients because they consider pre-sentients to always be enslaved apparently. I guess I've just been lucky?
There is a difference between being bug free and being a mess that is not being fixed for month. I own most of PDX game (see bellow my forum avatar), I know buggy games. However, I find the way they are handling Stellaris to be particularly bad when compared to their other recent titles. I am not asking the game to be bug free, I am asking the same quality they are delivering for their other products. I don't know what goes wrong exactly with Stellaris, but obviously something is not quite right.Consumers have different standards, I'd wager. It's clear any time you plug into a game community that some people really expect and demand a bug free experience and if they don't get it they feel ripped off and abused. Some people are more used to the errors that crop up through game development and are more patient with the unavoidable bugs.
There aren't -any- games that are bug free that i've ever found ever but that is apparently not the experience some people have had and instead the games they've experienced with bugs make them feel like they've been ripped off.