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Hood On/Off Toggle?


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Alec_Fortescue
11.17.2012 , 07:07 AM | #861
Cosplaying Sith... Hell, I like what you just said. But that's, pretty much, the sad reality.
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Pingonaut
11.18.2012 , 10:59 PM | #862
Amazing. This post was started before the game released and has this many pages, yet not a single dev has posted on it. Not only that, this just shows how long BioWare has been ignoring the issue: almost a whole year.

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Swarlesx
11.19.2012 , 12:44 AM | #863
Quote: Originally Posted by Pingonaut View Post
Amazing. This post was started before the game released and has this many pages, yet not a single dev has posted on it. Not only that, this just shows how long BioWare has been ignoring the issue: almost a whole year.
They haven't ignored it. They are fully aware of the fact that players have a problem with it. They have said before that they are going to start working on it but it is not a priority.

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Undeadcenturion
11.19.2012 , 03:22 AM | #864
Quote: Originally Posted by Swarlesx View Post
They haven't ignored it. They are fully aware of the fact that players have a problem with it. They have said before that they are going to start working on it but it is not a priority.
Ummm .. They said we would have it right after 1.2. Well ... 3 patches later and guess what? Still nothing with no word from them because the ignore their costumers.
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Alec_Fortescue
11.19.2012 , 03:23 AM | #865
Quote: Originally Posted by Swarlesx View Post
They haven't ignored it. They are fully aware of the fact that players have a problem with it. They have said before that they are going to start working on it but it is not a priority.
In their Austin Cantina Tour, when I was listening to the audio, when someone asked about hood toggle they went "what, what are you on about?" from what I understood.
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PeterGun-SWE
11.19.2012 , 05:22 AM | #866
Quote: Originally Posted by Pingonaut View Post
Amazing. This post was started before the game released and has this many pages, yet not a single dev has posted on it. Not only that, this just shows how long BioWare has been ignoring the issue: almost a whole year.
The Devs have replied, but just not in this thread.

http://www.swtor.com/community/showt...78#edit5402078

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Hi everyone! The most recent word on hood toggle is from Matt Boudreaux in this post in early October:

"Hood up and hood down is still in the works. Unfortunately, it requires a few changes to our art pipeline and reprocessing those assets by the artists. The team has been hard at work on our upcoming content, and priorities put hood up/down on the back burner just a bit, but it's still on the To Do list and we are still very much aware of the demand - by developers and players alike!"

The feature is still something we want to add, but we don't have a date at this time.

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dangadget
11.19.2012 , 02:53 PM | #867
You know what the problem with that reply is?
it's essentially unchanged from the meager series of replies that this issue has garnered over the past fricking YEAR.
We were told that the issue is more complex than it seems, check.
Nevermind the completely asinine oversight that let this situation occur in the FIRST damn place ("All Jedi Knight characters will be fine wearing hoods, right? Of course!!")
Then we were told that the issue is being looked at and worked on.
Then we waited.....and waited....and waited.

That most recent reply is more of the same crap we've been hearing for almost a year now.
This is NOT good customer service.
This is NOT the way to engender trust and faith in your playerbase.
This is NOT fscking acceptable, and NO, cartel packs are NOT the answer!!
This is a mistake that should NEVER have happened, and it would be a monstrous F-U to the customer if the only way they intend to fix it is to make us pay MORE money for it.

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Alec_Fortescue
11.19.2012 , 03:01 PM | #868
Anger leads to the Dark Side. You may want to consider posting in the Sith Warrior section. But it's so hard to argue with what you typed.
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Alec_Fortescue
11.25.2012 , 07:03 PM | #869
Eh... Ubisoft is listening to its players. They, very quickly, solved the issue of the hood players were asking for... AC 3 is a single player game and it was post release so they didn't have to do it. And yet they did it. Players didn't like the fact that at the end of the game the assassin is running everywhere with his iconic hood down. It got changed.

I know TOR and AC3 are different games and engines and all but seriously... The fact Ubi did it within several days and listened to fans matters!
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Swarlesx
11.25.2012 , 10:59 PM | #870
Quote: Originally Posted by Alec_Fortescue View Post
Eh... Ubisoft is listening to its players. They, very quickly, solved the issue of the hood players were asking for... AC 3 is a single player game and it was post release so they didn't have to do it. And yet they did it. Players didn't like the fact that at the end of the game the assassin is running everywhere with his iconic hood down. It got changed.

I know TOR and AC3 are different games and engines and all but seriously... The fact Ubi did it within several days and listened to fans matters!
Ubi just needs to edit one hood. Bio needs to add this to every armor in the game that has a hood. Its a bit more complicated.