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Its a zombie game. Read the Digest from like earlier this year. You will see the project. lol
I'm a big fan of this game, but I think that anyone can see... leaving it in this condition for all-time is a terrible idea. A few small tweaks and DD can live on its own for a very long time. Leave it like this and it will be dead in 3 months or less. Its ridiculous for Trendy to just plain ignore the massive amount of meta-game feedback spanning many thousands of hours sunk into their product.
How would it hurt Trendy or the game to loosen up the gears before you ditch it?
Choice #4: Go with open and total mods with the intent to fix what is vexing the community while still keeping it non-munchkin.
Since Trendy has provided the DDDK; as previously stated I'll be giving choice #4 a shot though I am rusty at coding since I've not coded anything of magnitude in over 15 years. If I make headway with this; I'll post the files.
the game is only just about 1 year old, why does anyone think there is going to be a DD2 so soon (if ever)? 1 year is too soon to have a sequel for this type of game, even 6 years is too soon.
just because you been playing the game since day 1 and did everything there is to do, doesn't mean that everyone else has.
just because you bought every single DLC and think having them, and all your progress, go to waste when DD2 comes out is fun, doesn't mean everyone else does.
just because there is no more DLC planned, doesn't mean there cant be new additions added in patches. there is still gonna be patches for the game for a while.
if Trendy is working on another game, it most certainly isn't DD2. there really is no reason for a DD2, they can just add to DD1. what could be "improved" in a 2nd game that cant be just added to the first? and, fairly sure Trendy wants to make something *new*, not a re-hash of something they already made.
sequels to these types of games aren't needed, especially not so soon after they where released. also, do you really wanna get DD2 knowing that the devs will stop supporting it within a year and then release DD3? come on...
6 years is way to long lol
2 to 3 years seems right
A year is a long time.
Whilst I do not know what Trendy are up to, I would bank on it being on a project they spoke about long ago called Afterlife.
My next bet would be (hopefully) DD2. OMD released a sequel very early, why shouldn't Trendy? It's not like we can't all play the original if there is a sequel.
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* It's entirely Single Player.
* It was generally received very well so a sequel made sense in this situation.
* It gave them the chance to implement Co-op.
* The sequel itself allowed you to even play some of the older maps if you had the first game.
DD is a Multiplayer Game, so i can survive and thrive off of additional content being added to the base game. It was received and anticipated very well at first, but then they got a little over-ambitious, and now a lot of the stuff within the game are skewed (Like Progress and Loot Quality). That in my opinion should be addressed before they even think about making a sequel. The reason is to regain that buyers confidence in their current players and also in new ones. After all, if they can't even properly polish off the first game in the series, how exactly are we expected to trust that they will in the next one? That is unless they think they can survive off the mindless sheep that play their game without questioning it's flaws and buy every piece of DLC they come out with whether it's good value or not.