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Turkey-Mena and EU servers merge.
Jan 18, 2024, 17:10 (UTC+3)
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Last Edit : Jan 18, 2024, 17:10 (UTC+3)
# 1

I want to provide a constructive feedback on the current state of our Turkey and Mena server, I'm mainly writing this feedback for a potential solution that could enhance our gaming experience.

 

The primary concern that I wish to address is the persistently low player base in Turkey-MENA servers, significantly impacting various aspects of the game, especially end-game PvP. During node wars, for example, the repetitive nature of facing the same opponents has led to a diminishing level of excitement, resulting in guilds actively avoiding each other or completly giving up on that content. This avoidance strategy, in turn, has given rise to sniping incidents, and the siege scene is further exacerbated by a limited pool of guilds, creating a cyclic pattern of ownership among only a few. The scarcity of spontaneous PvP encounters has led to an over-reliance on arranged fights, diminishing the thrill of unpredictable confrontations.

 

In addition to the PvP challenges, the PvE environment is also adversely affected by the scarcity of active guilds. Players are facing difficulties in assembling parties for high-level areas such as Oluns/Turos and Atoraxxion dungeons. The Red Battlefield, intended for engaging PvP, remains consistently empty unless guilds organize it as a prelude to a node war (that most likely turned out to be a snipe) This struggle to find spontaneous PvP opportunities not only affects the thrill of the game but also undermines the overall PvE experience.

Moreover, the social aspect of the game is hindered by communication barriers within the diverse player community. Turkish players, whose primary language may not be English, face challenges in interacting with the MENA player base, primarily consisting of Arabic-speaking players. This language barrier has necessitated additional efforts, such as the use of translators or seeking assistance from friends for translation, or ignoring the interaction totally, creating a less inclusive and social gaming environment in BDO.

 

In light of these challenges, I would like to propose the exploration of a server merge between Turkey-MENA and Europe. Consolidating these player bases could potentially alleviate the issues mentioned above, fostering a more dynamic and engaging gaming environment. Such a merger would likely enhance the variety of opponents in PvP scenarios, reduce repetitiveness in node wars and sieges, and encourage spontaneous interactions among players in both PvP and PvE activities.

 

I appreciate your time and attention to this matter. I believe that by addressing these concerns, the Black Desert Online community can collectively contribute to a more vibrant and enjoyable gaming experience. Thank you for considering my feedback, and I look forward to witnessing potential improvements in the near future.

 

Last Edit : Jan 19, 2024, 13:35 (UTC+3)
# 2

Yes, Please PA do something about it 

Last Edit : Jan 20, 2024, 12:50 (UTC+3)
# 3

Yes tired of fighting same people over and over again for the same node been fighting the same guy for gyffin spot over the last two weeks 
Thank you Pa .

Last Edit : Jan 20, 2024, 14:30 (UTC+3)
# 4

I agree or at least put an option that allows us to change the region. Thank You.

Last Edit : Jan 20, 2024, 15:15 (UTC+3)
# 5

i strongly agree

Last Edit : Jan 20, 2024, 16:00 (UTC+3)
# 6

Yes that would be very nice change strongle agree with this 

Last Edit : Jan 20, 2024, 16:06 (UTC+3)
# 7

I wholeheartedly agree with what has been said, and I fully support the idea of the merge. I believe it will be beneficial to the game

Last Edit : Jan 21, 2024, 19:24 (UTC+3)
# 8

I agree with everything the post owner has said, I want to add an addition to that from my prespective as someone who's been playing the game for 3 years now very actively, I can say that being almost forced to play in this region since you couldn't pick at first due to regional problems, was very problematic, not only because the server is tiny compared to the big regions, the language barrier which was at times very frustrating, considering sometimes you had to connect and interract with other adventurers, but also as someone who's not a speaker of the language that was used by the majority of the players, you feel at all times an outsider and someone who's not welcome among the other players even if you join a guild with players of the same language or interests, that still makes you from the minorities, which takes the fun, enjoyement and involvement in a world setting filled with players you usually find in an open world/or normal MMORPGS elsewhere.

Last Edit : Jan 21, 2024, 22:46 (UTC+3)
# 9

strongly agree

Last Edit : Jan 28, 2024, 11:47 (UTC+3)
# 10

I support this article as i have quit TURKEY & MENA server long time ago and joined EU server.

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