I heard that KR population skyrocketted because of some incident. Whether or not the KR population has a lot of bubble, I think the game's gonna grow quite a lot. The devs and new/old players are actively working alongside to fix the game's current issues with speed and passion I've never seen in any other games. There's no doubt they will be updating and fixing the game rapidly over the months. It is very important to take the time to level up at the beginning of the game. Whenever you need to buy Soulworker Dzenai, you can turn to U4GM for help. We has cheap Soulworker Dzenai.
I found out this game a few days ago and I really really dig its overall design and combat. However, I do not know gameforge that well and want to hear what you guys have been experiencing on the western version. Also how do you think the western SW is going to do in the future? I don't know about publishing/developing a game, so I'm not sure KR SW doing well means a lot here. Will we also be getting updates and fixes quickly? It can't be anything negative, right?
I'm glad to read a post like this. Gives me hope for the future of the game.
To let you know of how it's looking in the west; Gameforge doesn't have a very good reputation (since many years ago). They are probably using the beta period to test what kind of players they have (how many whales and how many free-riders). The cash shop items were unreasonably priced in some cases and the community was very vocal about it, so GF recently decided to drop prices of hairstyles and skill reset tickets, which was very well received by players. Some people complained because they paid the high price for hairstyles before, so GF told them to contact support.
Besides that, the game seems to be slowly catching pace, I see streamers getting more and more viewers, towns being more populated and overall more activity but that depends on the server though. The EU community seems a bit too scattered to me, instead of a single EU server we have 1 generic server in English and then specific servers in German, French, Italian, Spanish and Polish.