Then they should keep the fan base engaged in the process frequently rather than randomly throw things out or else the fan base get impatience with nothing to do other than get frustrated by people screeching "it's done when it's done" if the express their frustration over something that may have been, is, or will be a big part of their life outside of society. The fan base needs at the very least videos and engage from a team week (probably even more frequently) by a team members on the topic of this collection that was a big part of my and many other people's lives. Do you understand some of our frustration due to the "it's done when it's done" and how it is being implemented at the moment?stckrboy wrote:As much as you want to, you can't have it both ways. If you want 343 to take their time and do things right, you can't restrict their ability to do that by having them declare arbitrary release dates. As I've mentioned a few times, 343 have put forward dates in the past as a "Hey here is a date we think we might target" but as soon as that date passes or if they say "This one's going to slip, will drop later" people get upset / mad because it's not released. So when they remove dates from the equation and push forward, only releasing when things are ready and people still get mad. They can't win
Reach/MCC PC date?