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Ever since the first announcement of WildStar going F2P, the F2P launch has been on the radar for all PvPers with the hope that this will be the event that revives PvP servers again, and many of us made the decision to move servers as soon as F2P arrives.

Ever since the first announcement of WildStar going F2P

As we all know, the PvP servers (Warhound NA and Luminai EU) have been ghost towns for a very long time due to the struggling population of the game, and even the most diehard PvPers were forced to make the decision of either moving to the PvE server or playing on an empty server. Apart from a few very stubborn players, everyone moved to the PvE servers. Ever since the first announcement of WildStar going F2P, the F2P launch has been on the radar for all PvPers with the hope that this will be the event that revives PvP servers again, and many of us made the decision to move servers as soon as F2P arrives.

 

Now, here's the problem... PvP S1.5 is ending on the same day the server transfers get locked and F2P launches. What this means is if anyone who participated in the S1.5 3v3 Arena wants to move to the PvP servers, they are forced to disband their Arena team and therefore lose their eligibility for the S1.5 rewards, or stay on the PvE server until server transfers are opened again and pay real wildstar gold ($20) for the transfer.

 

This feels like a really nasty slap in the face for those of us who worked months climbing up the leaderboards, only to be faced with the decision of losing all our hard work and progress, or pay real money and weeks of wait time to keep it.

 

However, this issue could be easily solved by ending S1.5 early, like a week before the F2P transition. This would give people time to get their S1.5 rewards and transfer servers if they so wish, without anyone losing anything.

 

If you look at the leaderboards, you can see Arena is very quiet at this point, with only one team having climbed up any ranks in the entire NA and EU combined since the previous update. Almost all Arena activity is just people doing their Contracts with new teams they recreate and pug for every Arena Contract day, and most top teams (atleast on EU) have gone 100% inactive weeks ago. Even if there is a team out there that still wants to get in for the participation rewards, they will have enough time to get that even if you now announce that you will end S1.5 a week or so before F2P launch.

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