Hello, semi-ex Warframe PC player here.
The first time I played Warframe, I quit because I couldn't quite get into it. Then I came back and I absolutely loved it. There were so many things to do and learning how to trade for plat was an eye-opening experience for me. Making new builds that just decimated enemies or prevented me from dying became my favorite thing ever. I even got into the Lich system that I hated at the start and got the Kuva Bramma and Nukor. I was really, really excited for the Deimos open world update.
Then it arrived and, as many, I was really frustrated with the Latrox Une mission and how shitty the drone's defense was. Lucky for me, I had Limbo Prime. I popped it on and did the bounty only to realize Cataclysm and Stasis did not work in the Cambion Drift. I tried every single other tileset and it did work. I don't even think stepping in the rift worked and enemies could still hit me through it. (This one I'm a bit unsure of since I did this a long time ago)
I was a bit sad but that was in the first two weeks of the open world and I understood that it was gonna be bumpy. Fast forward about a month or two later and I didn't even check any of the patch notes because I was positive that DE would have ironed out any warframe-related bugs. To my surprise, Cataclysm still did not work. I checked another month later and it still didn't work.
Up until now I've been able to ignore all the frankly glaring problems Warframe has, from content islands so spread apart that they might as well be their own games to badly designed game modes with nonsensical mechanics and broken AI pathing. (Looking at you, Defection) It sounds silly but this Limbo problem really was the straw that broke the camel's back for me. Since I noticed the problem, I've only seen like 2 or 3 posts total in the forums and this subreddit.
DE, for the love of god and all that is holy, stop releasing new content when your current one has so much shit to be ironed out. I loved the Glaive rework and (most of) the Chroma rework. I did not love the Arcanas and I'm certainly not interested in getting that new Bonewidow Necramech. I know lots of people loved the Melee rework. Lots of people loved the self-damage rework (except those kinky bastards who hurt themselves as part of their build. I see u Chroma mains <.<). Reworks are good. They are an opportunity to show that you care about the state of the game and aren't just looking to expand it as much as possible before it collapses in on itself.
That brings me to another point. Listen to your customers. Please. As positive as reception has been to reworks, I know a few have spoken about things that you've inadvertently broken with the reworks. I don't think anyone is expecting you to get things right on the get go. But I think most of us expect you to listen when we tell you that this content, that we have played, has issues that were previously not there that you should fix.
To the players, I say this. Don't wave a hand all like "well, DE is gonna DE". Expect more from them. Just because they've been falling into this sort of behavior for years doesn't make it any more valid. Don't give up and keep bringing up the issues you see in the game. Unlike most games, I'd say Warframe probably has the most unified community. If you see a problem, it's very likely most if not all will agree with you that it's a problem in the game. Use that to your advantage.
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