After adding Collected Intel packs to the RIFT store and receiving a lot of negative feedback from players, Trion Worlds announced that they would be taking them “offline” until they’re able to review “ALL” the player feedback and other pertinent data regarding them.

Since the decision to address player concerns came over the weekend — when most of the development team was out of the office — the “removal” can currently be considered a temporary fix. That said, the post did encourage players to continue to offer their opinions while they wait for the developers to make their final decision — which will hopefully be revealed sometime this week.

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  1. Guy on December 12, 2017

    Yeah to all new players don’t think they care about you there is a magical old post where they refer to their players as buckets.

    • Preciel on December 12, 2017

      alot of the players are indeed milk buckets that fall for it every time.

  2. yeahyeahyeah on December 12, 2017

    This is the same marketing bullsh!t Trion pulls every time. “We care about the players, blah blah blah”.
    Then a month later, BAM! They put everything behind a paywall.
    Guess what? It works. People fall for it every time.

  3. Jafarson on December 11, 2017

    If rift will go truly F2P, i will play it 7 hours per day… i dont want to play free trial version for now