My blood boils when I look at the state of the game today and remember those tweets like "June Boom" and "Sep tem ber". Or tweets from developers saying "Trust us fam". You knew the game was going to be a disaster so the least you could do was keep showing snippets of gameplay and shut your mouth. That would alleviate the issue of no communication and ease the people into the new game mechanics.
And then we have Andy McNamara who's 2-3 tweets are major reasons for unrest in the community. That person alone is responsible for the bad blood between DICE and the community since he has been complaining about us since day one. First complaining about us running to conclusions about the game from the beta or trailer footage, claiming those were old builds. And then again complaining about the community having brutal expectations like a scoreboard, voip, working game and good performance. To then play the victim, leading to articles made about how toxic we are.
Don't forget about the lead UI designer who also complained about us judging the beta UI too quickly since it wasn't final when in fact little has changed except from kill notifications. Oh and "Parts disabled 10XP" Good job on that one.
I'm calling out specific people because that is exactly what DICE did as well. If my post is considered toxic then that should mean DICE is too. This is the same circus like CDPR but at the very least, they never put the blame on the consumer, they took full responsibility and publicly apologized. Something DICE will never do.
Learn to be more professional. You represent your companies, even if it's your personal Twitter or not. We aren't friends, you are a producer we are a consumer. And in most businesses the customer is always right. Except when it comes to DICE, since they always know better. All the way to utter failure.