Introducing A New Member to the Squad Team
I’m OWI_Wedge and I’ve recently joined Offworld Industries as the studio’s first Senior Community Manager and I just wanted to take a moment to say hello. I’m here to work with the existing Squad community team, and will be providing additional support and back-up to OWI_Jenny in her role as the Licensing Manager, and Krispy in his role of Community Manager It’s all part of Offworld Industries' goal of growing the Squad community and creating safe and fun places for our players to share their love of the game.
Our community and the players who make it up are a vital part of any successful game, but especially vital to Squad. You provide us feedback on what to improve, what you’d like to see, and help us make the game even better than it is today. A great game with great players brings in players who are welcome, and have a chance to see what so many people are passionate about.
I’ve been working in the game industry for over a decade now and I’m very excited about working with a passionate community like the one that’s embraced Squad. I know the development team has great hopes for the future of the game, and I believe that you do as well. I’m excited to get to play even a small part in that.
Moving forward expect to see some changes coming to the Squad community spaces, and how the studio interacts with you, our fans and players. We appreciate your patience as we slowly ramp up our efforts in this area.
If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check out our most recent playtest announcement here. The team is working really hard on the next update and we’re looking for player feedback to make it even better!
helo hi vry nice
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player feedback to make it even better!
My #1 feedback for you... please don't just interact on Discord, which it seems like has been the trend lately from OWI. I HATE that platform. I prefer the organization that the forums provide for worthy topics.
#2 feedback... tell us what is actually going on with the development!
What 3S_Moe said x100. You've got a wide array of platforms for getting the message out and most of them aren't getting any messages. Just stopping by in threads on the Steam Discussions or even here on these forums goes a long way. I can guarantee that more folks would be willing to get involved if they knew their message was being heard. And even more so, just letting folks know what is going on with development is super necessary right now. Community morale is at an all time low with no updates for months and little to no information on what is going on behind the scenes. An in depth look at where the development team is at and what they are working on would go miles towards restoring this.