Khrolan dives right in and addresses a huge issue that the player base has had since day one: communication. Going forward, the new Producer aims to make sure Trion Worlds is more transparent with their communication, this includes not only details on new content coming, but also is an effort to drive issue resolution and changes made based on player feedback.
Speaking of player feedback, this feedback was a contributing factor (along with certain items in the game’s economy fluctuating outside of expected values) for Loyalty program changes. Popular cosmetic items, companions, and the Sloth Glider will now be available via the Loyalty System as well as the traditional supply crates. Mounts and gliders will be reevaluated to ensure the top tiers mounts retain their value. Entry barriers to popular farming spots will be lowered as well.
Quality of life for players, overall game integrity and fairness, and the upcoming addition of the PvP zone Diamond Shores all get teased in the Producer’s Letter, even if specific details or dates aren’t given.
The player feedback in the post’s replies are mixed, but here’s to hoping Trion Worlds stays firm on the commitments they are laying out.