Hello, dear Smartly Dressed Game team, I wanted to write to you and perhaps find solutions to the following problems.
- Firstly, because of this, the game developer turned off the dropout of items, the number of players, or rather, bots that farmed items, decreased. Following from this, the game has dipped in online among others very significantly (from 60 thousand players to 25-30 thousand). Here I can highlight a couple of issues that may arise in the future if item drops are not enabled on a permanent basis. One of these problems, the decrease in the number of players, as we all know, mostly schoolchildren play unturned, who received items for the hours they played and could sell, which brought them pleasure and you a pretty penny from taxes on each sale of the item. Another reason is the possibility that the economy will break down over time. Large collectors are still buying items to break them into materials for crafting items, therefore the volume of goods may decrease and the price will start to rise, which is not very good for the market.
- Secondly, I noticed a strange feature that in recent updates, premium sets have become relatively expensive, why can’t they be made cheaper, for example, by 30%, from which more people will purchase the goods, the more money you earn from sales, the more satisfied you will be players.
- In conclusion, I wanted to ask a question why crafting materials have become non-tradable? Yes, some people farmed items with the help of bots, but most of them sold these items on the market from where you received income, and other people bought these items, broke and traded.
I would like to hear from the developer of the game, will the item drop be returned on a permanent basis? Will premium packs get cheaper? Nelson, just listen, people create content for you (mods, maps), strengthen the market, increase your income from sales of items, why are you putting a rake in your feet? At the moment, the game will simply lose its meaning, the players will leave it, you will lose your income and the question is what were you striving for?