Let me open by saying that nowadays I don’t have much time for gaming. But, the little time I do have, I spend all on Vermintide. That’s how much I love this game and what it means to me. I’m sure I’m not alone, there’s a lot of other players who were also here from the beginning and who truly love Vermintide.
This game is now more than just a game for me, it became a hobby of some sort, it became a living thing. It has a lot to do with the fact that Warhammer universe has a big and important part in my life.
That being said, I think that this is the only game at the moment that I really care about and I’m more than interested of its future.
Now, I know that you’ve already stated that you learned the hard way not to promise anything any more and not to publish any more road maps. I understand that, and I’m not asking for any details or any road maps. I simply ask for a few keypoints of your focus. You stated that Vermintide project is something that you plan to work on for next 5-10 years. You probably have at least a 2 year or 5 year plan drafted up by now. Again, I’m not asking for the details of that plan, just a few key points, for instance something like:
Focus on tweaking the careers within next 6 months
One and/or maybe 2 DLCs within next 9 months
Not planning any new characters/careers for the year of 2019 ///// OR Possible plans for a new character/career in the late 2019 early 2020.
We will make VT3 at some point between 2020 and 2021 which will introduce a new faction in it //// OR We won’t make VT3, we will expand VT2 and make episodic big updates which will introduce new factions.
You get the picture, no hard promises, just some tentative key points. I think that I’m not the only one who would appreciate something like that
As a conclusion, I think that you’ve done a fantastic job so far, It’s fair enough to say that besides CDPR you are my favorite game developers