Marvel Strike Force is a turn-based role-playing mobile game by FoxNext (later on gotten by Scopely) for Android and iphone platforms. The game was released worldwide on March 28, 2018, and also is mainly established in the Marvel Cosmos.

FatesFury is an avid player of Marvel Strike Force. it is his game of choice. He is the leader of a players union, known as the Legion of Cabal and consists of 28 families and currently the largest in play. Undeniably one of the most influential Marvel Strike Force player, he now leads to a large-scale output boycott of the game that he loves.

Marvel Strike Force was launched in March 2018 and is a free squad-based RPG with an extensive list of the largest and best heroes and villains of Marvel. For his excellent presentation, its impressive depth and its extensive endgame content it has received excellent reviews, even from us. It was not surprising that a significant and dedicated player base would accumulate millions.

In the meantime, this well-funded title has further improved from an incredibly talented studio externally and has grown as you would expect. I have discussed it in the past several times himself and was always impressed with the support after the start and the growing roster.

FatesFury began a few weeks after its global launch with playing Marvel Strike Force, which means that he was almost two years there. His continuing commitment to the title, he says, is more due to the community than on any gameplay hooks. It s a pretty normal history of a game that looks pretty normal when you re a free playable Action players, based on a proven monetization model to stay alive. So far, so good.

spend those inside, the leader of the syndicate, the players, the huge sums of money to see things quite differently. One point emerged during our chats over and over again: the Friends of fate move on in droves; Many of those he met through Marvel Strike Force and with whom he has befriended, are now fully finished. We are, in fact, many feel in the town on the edge of collapse.

But why? expressed Simple: progress. The resources have increased linearly as necessary for the progress of resources has increased exponentially. FoxNext probably trying to slow our progress, however, is too far gone, and the players are throttled instead.

Admittedly, this is a problem that affects a large number of free-to-play games with a long maturity. Running a Live service permit must be long-term financial sense, and new players who spend money, sometimes not come often enough.

In view of the answer for Fates was clear: An output boycott in a big way, which simply could not be ignored. What began with the freezing of the purchase of Cyclops offers or spheres, has now dramatically expanded and included all the expenses involved.

Player boycotts at this level are often ridiculed. Many turn out to be disorganized, half-hearted and ultimately ineffective. The fate knows this; He tries to do things differently. At the time of writing he and his alliance leaders have compiled the top 25 alliances in the game and the majority of the 250 best alliances for their cause. This corresponds to around 15,000 players.

Those responsible represent a variety of output types: F2P, small and big spending as he says. Although there are undoubtedly the major issues that need to convert them when their plans will work.

Fate knows the risk that he and the other leaders commit a boycott in an already fragmented community. I point out that there seems to be a certain aversion to those in subreddit the game, spend the large sums that are often referred to as whales. Again he knows it. One of the things we want to emphasize is, not to have against you mentality for those we want to continue to spend that do not support the movement or. The economic model that uses this game has to have some sort of divide: The game has players conditioned.

And they spend. You do not have to look far to see that members claim the Subreddits of the game, they would have put in Strikeforce last year alone thousands. We hope that past purchases (or even current) does not mean that we fight as a player. We all deserve a better game that adequately reward us for our time spent. The releases were part of the problem that has led to it. This, but now we want to be part of the solution.

But why not just go ahead? There are many high quality games that do a lot of what Strikeforce does – why not take the risk? And of course it goes back to… friendships. I ve built a number close friendships.

He also has no doubt that Marvel Strike Force can be saved and it is worthy of being saved. The passion of players and developers for this game is still evident, he says. The solutions to the problems of the game are not difficult, but they represent a new way of thinking for the decision makers at FoxNext. I am firmly convinced that the game for all participants can be more profitable than ever before when they have the mindset to..

Much of the current concerns of Fates revolves around the Red Star. Before arriving They had a clear path of development and all kinds of players were able to invest time and / or money to achieve similar results. The time you have spent in the game, let you play more, which was great feeling. This is for Fates no longer the case.

And what do he and the boycott community of FoxNext? I think a tangible sign that they are open to change and the discussion would go a long way. This is a change in the mindset of the current, which seeks to elicit the value of the players before being replaced to a new one that sees players are valuable and something you cultivate needs. We have many of these things told them for months, and so far they do not want to move, perhaps because we have continued to spend money.

I wonder what happens if the boycott proves to be ineffective: The boycott is a line in the sand. We are ready to expand it if we do not hear from FoxNext. Many players enjoy the game already without spending anything. and I am ready to join their ranks.

A possible day without registration, which coincided with a mass bombing, was already on the table. I ask Fates in his opinion, which is a controversial method of player protests and other means for the targeted harassment in some cases. He says, Our main goal is a trusting conversation with FoxNext about how the game for the benefit of all can be improved. (Check bombings) This could be a way to show displeasure, but we hope that we can start working together previously with FoxNext.

The Senior Community Manager FoxNext responded quickly to the initial complaint and outlined future plans contents and a list of improvements to which the team is currently working, including changes to the Red Star system. Dismalcontent, another leader of the boycott, responded with a further community feedback, which included a proposed AMA between members of the community and FoxNext.

not at all No, I will ask FatesFury whether he is satisfied with the first response from FoxNext. It looks as if they had made progress in communication, but there is still much to do. The boycott is now in full swing.

This will last until we have a clear indication of FoxNext see that they are listening, says Reddit users Shewski, another boycott leaders. Our fastest proposal for good faith is to expand the rewards for completion of U7 [in all reward levels]. However, we will look for the sign on the lookout for which they decide.

We have FoxNext asked for a comment. However, they have not issued any official response at time of writing.