Initially planned on typing some long, genuine (albeit probably melodramatic) post as a farewell to this game and community, but I’d be kidding myself. This place is practically a graveyard nowadays and there’s no sense in preaching to an empty choir so I’ll keep this short. Most of us loved this game; I know I sure did and I would like to thank the developers for creating this gem and the community for, well, being meat sponges in the game for me to shoot at. I got 100% completion today, left my playing time at a lucky number, and roamed around an empty Execution lobby for nostalgia’s sake before permanently signing off. Cheers folks, and long live playing dirty.
Smurfs don’t put an additional 800 hours on a secondary account, go for completion, and purchase 14 other games for the sake of stomping beginners in a game that doesn’t have a competitive scene. Some people, as hard as it may be to believe, simply enjoy fresh starts. Some people, as hard as it may be to believe, have a bit of OCD and find enjoyment in game completion and may decide to make a new Steam because their older one was an aged, disorganized mess filled with games they no longer wanted or no longer had the means of completing due to server shutdowns or an inactive playerbase. New profiles are not always synonymous with bans or cheating, but I digress. This is getting too fun.
Can a moderator or developer tell me if it’s possible to have our forum accounts permanently wiped out? I don’t think I’ll be using this place after moving on from DB and while I haven’t worn my tin foil hat in a few weeks now (personal record), I’m not particularly fond of leaving emails and me precious passwords in the hands of a service I’ll no longer be using. Cover your tracks, boys, because if ya don’t your data will be sold to some innocent lookin’ China man in an alley or a government is gonna come after ya. Gubmint’s gon’ getcha, y’all just listen here and watch. I’s seen it happen before on one of them alien programs.
Damn, I guess this did end up being pretty melodramatic… It ended up being something, that’s for sure.