Plushies and DLC codes, which is annoying in itself. Those of us who supported this game for one year mostly have every DLC. And as I said in another thread: We supported the game through a pandemic, where lots of us have lost their jobs and still supported Frontier. It's just the absolutely wrong time to cut corners on an anniversary.Chante gave us the typical answer and I understand she can't say much. But to have a "fun social media day" for an anniversary? I don't know. Can't say I care too much. We all know what it's (likely) going to be: they'll give away DLC codes, they'll stream and they'll join other streamers and have a chat, they'll give away Planet Zoo plushies. I don't expect anything else.
I never expected free animals, as I honestly think they need more work than rides for Planet Coaster, so I wasn't comparing, because I don't want Frontier do work for free for a month or so. But an enrichment item OR a statue, just a little something something is definately needed if you don't want it to look like the Planet Zoo community or the Planet Zoo game is of lesser value to them than other Frontier titles.
I am also sure we will get something before the end of the year. But we would have got it anyway, so it does not make up for this realy poor EA-ish PR move. And of course it's not the CMs fault. Not even those of the Devs. It's decided in a higher position on what the Devs spend their time on and how the DLCs are put together and what the CMs can talk about. I don't know who it is, but someone up the career ladder is doing a very poorly job with this game lately in my honest opinion.