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About Dani

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  1. If you read the library of cosmetic descriptions in DD2 you'll see I'm a fan. :)
  2. All released media is from very early work in progress. Lots of work to be done!
  3. I'm not in the picture, but please use your imagination. :D
  4. You guys have made some great suggestions. We're definitely reading. :)
  5. We'll have targeted spec suggestions much closer to the actual testing. See if you can run other games using UE4, that should give you a vague idea. :)
  6. Dungeon Defenders: Awakened is a brand new game so profiles from older Dungeon Defenders titles will not be compatible.
  7. We'll be announcing the maps at a later date. What would you like to see?
  8. The combination of our development infrastructure and the console platform guidelines means we couldn't do the kind of testing we want to do within the time frames we need to do it in. Consoles players have always been eager to help out and we'd love to have them on board. The best we can do for now is allowing testers to redeem rewards on the console/platform of their choice, but the testing will have to be on PC/Steam.
  9. Apologies if you didn't hear back. It's possible that I lost track. Would be more than happy to fast track you into testing if you send me a reminder email.
  10. You do realize there have been multiple opportunities to join either the RQA or RPG testing groups for DD2? Yes larger games have test branches open to the public. DD2 has a much smaller playerbase and development team to coordinate all of that. Contact Dani if you'd like to join, but it's always been there with multiple people providing feedback. Yeah after you sign a nondisclosure agreement which is not public. Not to mention a long time ago I was part of the RPG we gave feed back that was completely ignored which resulted in a patch releasing that had issues. When you tell a group of people they can't talk about anything they are doing it makes it easy to ignore them. Feedback from the testing groups is taken very seriously and always action in some form or fashion. It is factually incorrect to claim any of it is ignored. Please also refrain, even incorrectly, from your referencing your RPG activities.
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