People getting on edge just because of a potential 4/5/4/5/4/5 release schedule. Let's look at the last 1 year release schedule:20193/14: Talos3/28: Hela4/18: Thanos5/2: Ronin5/16: Rescue5/23: Sabretooth6/6: Storm6/20: Black Cat7/4: Mysterio7/18: Iceman8/15: Prof X8/29: Human Torch9/19: WorthyCap10/10: SM 209910/24: Carbage11/7: Wolfsbane11/21: Modok12/5: BRB12/19: Karolina Dean20201/9: Northstar1/30: Mister Sinister2/13: Karnak2/27: Havok3/12: 4**3/26: 5*The potential 4/5/4/5 schedule can only be counted from Karnak release. However, we are missing data for April. So, unless some players have been able to datamine new releases info until the end of April, I will say that people are spreading fear among themselves. Let's assume it is true that it will 4/5/4/5 release schedule until the end of the year, it could mean that it's a trade-off for 4* feeders. However, there isn't any data to support this. Alternatively, some 5* might have stayed too long in LT, so a temporary faster 5* release shedule is needed to boot them out before they go back to "the norm". In the meantime, stop spreading among yourselves.
We would also accept a new community manager named Guffman...
I used 1 year of data to make my point and you used 3 months of data to make your point. Of course, fearmongers are going to select limited data to support their point. Why not try using 1 year of data instead?People here have always used a 4/5/4/4/5 release schedule as a norm and the last 4/5/4/4/5 ends with Mister Sinister for now. Why are people so inconsistent?
What we are reacting to is an apparent change in the pattern. Asking the question “is this the new normal?” Isn’t fear mongering, it’s just asking for a status check. Yes? No? Maybe so? There was a time this would have gotten an answer.
If things slow down and then speed up, then it "cancels out" each other.If you use the last six releases (including the future 2 releases this month), the schedule will look like 4/5/4/5/4/5. What happens when you use the last 7 releases? It becomes 4/4/5/4/5/4/5. The assumption of 4/5/4/5/4/5 fails.What about the last 10 releases ? it becomes 4/4/5/4/4/5/4/5/4/5. It fails too.Since releases are regarded in "batches of 5" here, when we include future releases for the future 5 releases, the schedule will look like:4/4/5/4/4/5/4/5/4/5/?/?/?/?/?Unless someone managed to datamine all April and May releases and can prove within your Line groups that it will be 4/5/4/5/4 for all future 5 ?, then it's simply assumption. Black Widow will be out in late April, so it might look like a 4/5 for the next 2 ?. It could be a 4/4/5 for all we know because "celebration" are typically 2 weeks long. Look at the releases for Endgame which was released on 24 April, it's:4/18: Thanos 5/2: Ronin5/16: RescueImagining the worst case scenario, let me try to be as negative as possible.(Negative mode)After the players got their wishes for feeders for all Classic 5*, they were asking for feeders for future Classic 5*. This could be your answer for 4* feeders: new (and faster) 5* release schedule, so that they can "justify" new 4* feeders.It has been so many years and many still can't get it, if you keep on demanding the dev to things your way, there will always be tradeoffs. Perhaps, this is the repercussion for forcing them to rain down shards.(Ends negative mode)-Comment in italics was edited for being inappropriate, warning issued.- fight4thedream
I wouldn't mind the 4/5/4/5 schedule to slow down 4 star dilution. If they kicked back new releases to once every 3 weeks, how many people would mind?