Guaranteed minimum 40 min games because of the new meta means no more casual player which means 85% of the population will quit playing.
I dont know. My games with bomb hunter finish pretty quickly and so do my myracle rogue games
The only time when the games go long if when its a control mirror with both decks running Archivist Elysiana but I mean thats on you and the people who play those decks. If you want faster games, play faster decks
Like every other game, a sizeable portion of the HS player-base has been hoping the game will fail. If you hop onto the LoL forums, or the Dota forums, you'll notice that those games are also "dead" - the devs on those games are about as stupid, lazy and greedy as the HS devs. It's somewhat odd that so many multi-billion dollar companies, with successful, multi-billion dollar franchises, have each agreed to only hire idiots to develop those franchises. Perhaps, in years to come, the OP of this thread will break the glass ceiling which prevents so many geniuses from entering the industry.
Maybe don't play control deck if you don't like long games?
Token Druid, two types of good Hunter decks, Boom/Control Warrior, Tempo Rogue, Control/Murloc Shaman, ZOO Warlock/Lock Warlock, Summon Mage (different types), Mech Paladin/DUEL Paladin-
So many different and competitive decks and you find the problem in long games?
The problem of this game is a lack of different game modes, lack of new additions. In one month everything will be the same for 3 months until the new expansion arrives.
Team 5 already said that they are not planning any new features and that's the thing. I don't play Fortnite and LoL but look at their business model. They are constantly adding new features and keep the game interesting, competitive mode is much stronger because these two companies cooperate with streamers and players.
On the other hand, Blizzard is acting like they want this game to die. Reprinting cards and boring tavern brawls won't help Blizzard to keep this games alive.
Like every other game, a sizeable portion of the HS player-base has been hoping the game will fail. If you hop onto the LoL forums, or the Dota forums, you'll notice that those games are also "dead"
I can't tell about Dota, but LoL has been in a state of decline for a while now (20% of the player-base was gone in 2018, after years of straight growth). Why wouldn't it be reasonable to call it dying? When does it become reasonable to call it dying? Is it only dying if it goes into a state of no-return? Must it be a terminal state? Is this about vocabulary? Would "decaying" or "declining" make the statement truer?
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Start of Year: Provoke the failure of 3 expansions, force nerfs on otherwise balanced cards, bring deckbuilding to an all-time low and get rotated one year earlier for being such a threat to the game's health. - Genn and Baku's historical entry on the White Book of Shit Design, shortly before retiring unpunished