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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by huehuehue View Post
    Awful date. Inconsiderate. They already delayed. Just go two more weeks. Level between the holidays/raid after.

    This sucks for people wanting to spend time with their families, people who work around the holidays and blizzards own employees who will be overworked extinguishing launch fires the week of Thanksgiving. GG.
    With everything thats happening in the world, I rather work than stay home do nothing, its not like I can go on holiday or family gatherings.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by RippeR123 View Post
    Why do Americans think only their country exists in the world? No other nation celebrates it apart from you, if a game is finally ready they will release it, not delay it by an extra week/2 weeks cos of a holiday in one country. Their employees would probably prefer it to be released then rather than closer to Christmas.

    Newsflash, other countries exist.
    THe point is not the palyers. The point is the developers who DO live in the US and celebrate Thanksgiving. Their holiday is now ruined because of the release date. That is the issue here.

  3. #23
    Looking forward to the world first race!

  4. #24
    Your guild can start raiding, then have a Christmas break, then continue in January.

    Alternatively your guild can altogether start raiding in January.

    I don't see the problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by rrayy View Post
    THe point is not the palyers. The point is the developers who DO live in the US and celebrate Thanksgiving. Their holiday is now ruined because of the release date. That is the issue here.
    Or perhaps they won't be working on Thanksgiving and it won't be ruined. Shockingly, gaming is not the most essential industry and a lot more essential ones are celebrating holidays with days off just fine.
    Last edited by Trumpcat; 2020-10-30 at 11:07 AM.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpcat View Post
    Your guild can start raiding, then have a Christmas break, then continue in January.

    Alternatively your guild can altogether start raiding in January.

    I don't see the problem.


    Or perhaps they won't be working on Thanksgiving and it won't be ruined. Shockingly, gaming is not the most essential industry and a lot more essential ones are celebrating holidays with days off just fine.
    Most people in those essential industrues can't celebrate the holiday because they have to work the day after and are too far away from family to make it worth the time. There are a lot more people that aren't able to celebrate the holiday than you believe.

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