Friday, December 21 2007 @ 04:31 PM GMT
Contributed by: Admin
Although we first stated that we would support the planned strike on 17th of december 2005, organized by CCA, we now, after some re-thinking and a own investigation, came to the conclusion that all information that was given on iwnation-com-forum was mostly one-sided.
And the following IW statement, also on IWNation, was never mentioned :
I am reading all of the threads made about bugs/requests.
We will patch if there are issues that warrant it. It benefits no one for a panicked response on our part.
We want to fix bugs, not introduce them. The more wisely we consume our budget, the more we can bring to the community in the form of dev tools and future games.
We are investigating our own persistent anti-cheat solution. Cheating and exploiting are not condoned by Infinity Ward. Any cheats/hacks should be mailed to email@example.com. You can PM me with requests/bug issues. When writing your request/bug/hack report, remember that we are going to respond positively to concisely stated criticism/suggestions.
Flaming us, while it may make you feel better, runs the risk of making us see your anger instead of your point. It's easier to get behind a request which treats us with some sort of professional courtesy. Being angry is fine, but make sure the strength of the message is in conveying the issue. If we cannot get a bearing on what you feel is wrong, we cannot address it.
One last thing before I address some issues, we're all humans here at IW. We don't think we're game-dev gods; we don't schedule time during the day for self-worship. We realize that our fate is closely tied to the success of Call of Duty 2. We owe it to you guys and ourselves to make the best game that we can. Please help us to make this game hack/exploit/bug free.
Thank you. Cheers, Sarah
We (all SeF members) believe in more adult and civilised way of communication. So above post from Infinity Ward makes us not support the CCA strike or their future actions.