It sounds like you work for a good quality company and that is refreshing to see. A lot of companies are more interested in avoiding legal issues than being upfront with their customers. I agree that it would be a good PR move on their part to discuss it but I haven't seen anything from them that would lead me to believe that they are going to do so. Which is where it leaves the consumer with a gut check decision of whether or not they believe that the problem will get fixed despite the lack of communication. I know that you personally would like to see the freezing fixed because you do like the content and would like to be able to play it without risking your console. Believe me, if I was having constant freezing issues I would strongly be considering putting the game on the shelf. It's fun but not worth the cost of my console. I definitely wouldn't buy any of the DLC either if I didn't think that I would be able to play the game safely. But I do realize that while that is the sensible position to take, it doesn't sit well when you love the series so much. I hope that they get the freezing fixed soon so that you can fully enjoy the game that you love.
Im on ps3, and we are not ignored, you want soemthing the same time as xbox.. xbox players pay for service in which ps3 does not.. i would rather not pay for online services and get something a month later, than to pay yearly just to get certain services and DLC a month before a competitor
Am i happy with the update, for selfish reasons, no.. but they are fixing things and i like seeing improvements being made..
by no means am i a fanboy, i hate alot of things about the game, but it is still a fun game.. isnt that the reason why we all play it in the first place?
Well, enjoy that while you have it... When the PS4 releases later this year, PSN moves to "pay-to-play".
Well, I was just "reading between the lines". Here is a pretty good summation of my issue:
Couple that link info with these comments made by Sony president of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida, and I can't see it going any other way.
Q: On whether or not PSN will remain free for PS4?
A [Yoshida]: "We totally believe that we want to provide more functionality and more services and more content on the network. And so we are looking at how we are going to structure that. And we are not ready to talk about that."