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Consolidated Post: APAC/Oceanic Server Concerns

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Consolidated Post: APAC/Oceanic Server Concerns
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Antiskeptic
10.04.2012 , 02:45 PM | #351
Additionally, we've seen your concerns about Oceanic server populations and we're going to be evaluating this in the next few days............

It's been more than a few days. Just saying.
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germind
10.04.2012 , 03:47 PM | #352
Sitting on the fleet last night with 25 people at 9:45pm. Just sitting there remembering the times when we used to have 120-140 online waiting for the daily to reset. I get excited now if it takes less than 30mins for a WZ to pop.

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scullzomben
10.04.2012 , 04:47 PM | #353
It's time for an answer now Bioware. We have waited much longer than your "few days". Merge us please.

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jarshr
10.04.2012 , 04:50 PM | #354
Bioware watch now as these posts turn from confusion into mass anger! answer us already!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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PurpleCliff
10.04.2012 , 04:58 PM | #355
C'mon please at least just let us know you're working on some kind of solution?

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PurpleCliff
10.04.2012 , 07:09 PM | #356
Quote: Originally Posted by HauksbokT View Post
Or they could just merge the servers and make oceanic swtor the delightful experience it once was. Really dunno what's hard to understand about this. Even IF f2p is successful, their improved tech could certainly support a high amount of people on the one server. We're a small region, thus one server seems utterly logical.

Instead of playing politics "yeah we're gonna look into this" to the public, and haven't done a single thing at all about it, they could just appease their customer base, who you know, pays the bills for the product, thus we ARE entitled to. This thread will turn around from "complaining" to what I'd be willing to bet a hefty amount on a massively pleased and grateful bunch of gamers rejoicing that their play times have been SIGNIFICANTLY improved.

Really unsure what is difficult to understand about this concept, tbh. If somebody can logically explain to me why the MANY people who have posted in this thread are 100 percent wrong about the idea of a server merge is wrong, I'll gladly eat my words.

I really have been sitting here for the past 10 minutes trying to think of cons to this idea, and the only REAL con is that RP'ers may take a bit of troll in /1, but I can nearly bet you the good majority of folks on Gav support this, and you know what really phases me?

Apparently only 5 percent average of gamers browse and post in their perspective games forum. I could imagine a whole lot more unhappy folks in oceanic than what we're just seeing in this thread, oh and the many many others that have been posted dating back months now.
Quoted for quotey goodness.

Ideal outcome in my books is our 3 servers merge into 1 high population oceanic server.

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Froippi
10.04.2012 , 07:27 PM | #357
i think the solution will be the U.S. servers maybe its just me being paranoid just what i think

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jarshr
10.04.2012 , 07:28 PM | #358
im now forced to reroll on dalborra, my level 50 scoundrel sat in pvp queue for over an hour last night in prime time on Master D.....if is start to get bored of levelling...again..... I will more than likely unsub. sucks koz i have been an active paying customer since day 1 of early game access, wave 2.....so thanks bioware....you used to be awesome, now your lame...when i'm done with uni and enter the corporate workforce, I will make it my life long mission to never be in a company like you or EA!

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Evgen
10.04.2012 , 08:43 PM | #359
I have also sent a PM to JovethGonzalez
That may be the best option.
Make sure your subjects clearly indicate the issue.

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ChuangTzu
10.04.2012 , 09:00 PM | #360
Another day and still no update.
"Words are for conveying ideas, but when the ideas are understood, you forget the words. How I would love to talk to someone who's forgotten all the words!" Chuang Tzu