Same here. I'm just going to repeat an argument used many times by different users: We want Frontier to spend time to create DLC with existing (and also highly requested) animals. While some of personal favorite animals are unlikely to show up, a lot of public favorite animals are not in the game. Personally I also think it doesn't fit the the theme of the game.If something like this would be come anywhere before the support-end of Planet Zoo, I would be very annoyed. For me it doesn't fit the theming, there are a lot more real animals that we need to bring conservation attention to and all in all I want the game to have more realism and not less.
If it would be at the end of the games life cycle I just wouldn't buy it (unless it has cool building pieces), but in the middle of the support cycle I would feel like it is absolute wasted time and way too niche.
Yes it does... same is with the arctic pack, when you dont like the animals... Just don't buy it.So the "don't buy the DLC, if you don't like it" doesn't work in those discussions
It really wouldn’t be a win-win when we won’t have unlimited support for the game. We will only have a limited number of DLCs with a limited number of animals in each pack and I think the overwhelming sentiment is that it would be a waste to have anything other than real animals found in real zoos.Lucky for you the dlc is an 'option' to buy then just dont buy the dlc win-win for everyone
I’m not sure abuse is an appropriate term for expressing a difference in opinion.That would be fun.
Unfortunately, there are people on this forum who will jump on this thread to abuse you for even suggesting it, since they want a lot of real-life animals instead.
How do you don't understand? Isn't it for the same reasons as every request that is made.So I don't understand some people's reasoning that other animals should be cared for first.
Indeed, and I'm fairly positive extinct or fantasy creatures are not on their list either, because it doesn't appear to match with their own vision of what the game should be and become.Fronter decides when and which animal will end up in the DLCs, but they will probably be inspired by our wishes.
I don’t think Frontier have any intention of releasing fantasy animals but your comment is exactly why I’m posting on threads like this - to make my wishes clear that they continue to focus their limited releases on actual animals found in real-life zoos.Fronter decides when and which animal will end up in the DLCs, but they will probably be inspired by our wishes.
I agree, I personally would not be interested, but I see no problem in others having fun with such an add on.All animal species kept in real life in captivity can enter this game, there is no problem with that. but I don't want any kind of animals like "prehistoric","dinosaurs" or "Mythical" in this game. this is not some kind of cartoon or science fiction game. I respect your request, but please understand. I'm sure a lot of people here agree with me. because these threads have been opened before.
ALL the species? Well, then I wouldn't be worried about limited resources (e.g.development time and support time). Still wouldn't buy it, of course, but it wouldn't bother me anymore.I wouldn't have a major issue with this, provided all the species (and a lot of the subspecies) that actually exist have already been added to the game.