How to Tell Treyarch What to Fix Next
It is very likely that you have an opinion about how you think Treyarch should change Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. If that is the case, the best way isn't to spam the developers with complaints about your problems.
Instead, listen to this advice from David Vonderhaar on how to improve your chances of getting your opinion heard and possibly helping shape the game.
"This is very important to me, I always want to know why you want something. Not just what you want. That doesn't help me at all.
I feel like I have say this every single time I post. So please, for the love of god, help me help you.
A pro player (I don't kiss and tell) took 3 minutes of his day to explain to me why Stronghold is a better choice because of some parallel spawning issues in Hardpoint Combine, and now I have something to go try and fix and make better so Combine, which has great potential as a Hardpoint map, can be get better.
For those of you sane people who watch these threads. Spread this message. Reinforce my point each and every day until we have actionable, directed information.
Don't tell me what you want and don't tell me you don't like, without telling the problem you are trying to solve. I can't do anything with that. Only tell me the "proposed solution" after clearly articulating the problem.
Let my team of professional game developers brainstorm ideas and solutions and make designs to fix those problems. That's what game designers do. It might be your idea, it might be an idea spawned from your idea and those of others."
When you message Treyarch, leave a comment online or create a thread, keep this advice in mind.
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