and i already know what the one mission is because you guys alreadly left in the code for the outline of the subspace charges around the invasion zone, this should be interesting going everyware now to plant them, makes me feel like a real MACO recruit.
and i take it the COM station will finally be in the map?
Finance is at the heart of this, not interesting new content for us. I get that you spent money on Defera and feel like you need to milk it until it's a fine powder (while simultaneously bleeding us dry in the C-Store) but between the story missions, the Red Alerts, the existing Defera events and the endless STF grind...after 2+ years, man am I sick and tired of fighting the Borg. I'm ready to just let them have it at this point.
...between the story missions, the Red Alerts, the existing Defera events and the endless STF grind...after 2+ years, man am I sick and tired of fighting the Borg. I'm ready to just let them have it at this point.
Especially considering I'm still grinding STFs, the Deferi Borg stuff does nothing for me.
Meh. That's fine though. The whole game doesn't have to be for me.
Hopefully this push of Borg content is a means to end that particular and present story arc. I'm quite ready to explore the continuing "fracture" of the Romulans, and by extension... the introduction of the Iconians.
the borg to get old really fast. give me a simple M4 that fires something I dont have to apply a new modulation ever 5 shots. or nerf the borg they are annoying. fire fire fire, remodulate fire fire fire remod, fire fire all the while backing away from them. funny how the ships never seem to adapt
I'll be able to play the event without missing out on sleep? Finally!
Although seriously, why on earth are these things timed, do all the Borg shut down when the event isn't active? If you've got 20 new missions, why not keep some active all the time and limit others to the invasion timeslot?
anyway, it seems every update is met with unbridled negativity, so thanks for doing something to make the event a little less US-Centric and a little more interesting