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I appreciate the company is now shut down so this post was probably made in a hit and run style, but is the publisher going to do any remediation work to set this right?
Or at least open source the server code so we can? ...and the game if you aren't going to remove the login requirement?
Our party has not finished the main quest yet, and the decisions that mean this will be broken were all taken outside our control as customers. It's not like this is an MMO, we're talking about play between friends, which is what the game was marketed for. I hope there is a sense of fair play at the publisher end of things and we get at least the possibility in all this of playing the game we have all paid for, properly.
We as customers have got a bit of a raw deal at every stage of this story, please at least leave us with something.
also i think its really funny that the servers are closing because of the statement they made preciosly:
Gather your party for epic adventures before Sword Coast Legends disappears forever at the end of December, 2017!
Purchase Sword Coast Legends now at 67% off and receive the Rage of Demons DLC for free. Our publishing contracting is ending, but although Sword Coast Legends will no longer be available to purchase after December, its multiplayer servers will remain live indefinitely.
Unfortunately, n-Space went bankrupt and its developers certainly moved on with their lives. I don't know who was responsible for promising the "indefinite time" but really that person or company should be made accountable for at least false advertising (or provide appropriate remedies for the situation). Is there any legal action that can be done?
so much promise, so much let down
also, starting to think online games should be required to open source the servers for the communiy once they don't give a ♥♥♥♥.