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For all who care about the game

Hxzxz's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 06:02 AM | #1
Hei for u all the gamers out there.
This may allready be suggested somewhere, but id still like to say it out.

For the people who have remaind playing this wonderful game, i have got to say something sad.
If bioware wont start merging servers. Than im afraid the game will die out, they schould merge about 3 to 5 or 6 servers togeather, depending on the population of the server on its highest point. Which is usually at 8 in the evening depending in what server you play.

And if bioware takes too long on mergeing the servers, than the game is practically over.
Id say if they will push it up to the next year they might lose a lot of people.
From the server i first wanted to start playing, the guild i wanted to join died out cause the population was low and they went to another server. So the people leave the low populated servers and what have you got left than a 2 hour queue time to 3 to 5 most highly populated servers.

So give your opinions right back at me.

sybaf's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 06:54 AM | #2
I tend to agree, I am find group missions impossible as I am often on planets with only 1-3 other people. I'm missing out on a lot of content

kikser's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 07:35 AM | #3
This must be done!!!!!!!!!

Hxzxz's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 07:53 AM | #4
Im glad that people are allready starting to see this.

psandak's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 08:01 AM | #5
While I agree, there is something you may not be aware of...

BioWare is already working on it. They may not announce every step they take, but they did announce that they were working on server transfers and mergers. They miscalculated and did not have a plan in place.

We all need to have a little patience.

Hxzxz's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 08:04 AM | #6
Thats good to know.

Sejia's Avatar

03.26.2012 , 09:25 AM | #7
Hey guys,

We currently have an existing thread with active discussion on server merges, which can be found here:

In order to keep this topic consolidated, we ask that you join the existing conversation to share your related questions and comments.

Thank you everyone!