First I would say I hope you all enjoyed your holidays and are settling back into work. Seeing as though the January 17th extension for the Grave Matters event has come and passed without a fix, I have decided to register some polite feedback and discontent for our CMs, in the hope that this information will be passed onto Dennis and the devs. I am sorry to be negative, but the Grave Matters event was a brilliant concept which was poorly executed. The problem was that it was released with a number of spawning issues. These problems were better elaborated upon in this thread by DanQuixote. But the heavily summarised version of it is that for a number of Exiles, yes myself included, we found the event simply would not start…period, and to this day it still has not. While for other members the event worked a small number of times usually around 2-4, then stopped spawning permanently thereafter. [*edited] For console players, despite providing optimal feedback both here on the forum and also on social media, to date there still has not been a fix for the Playstation or Xbox. So I would ask the question; do you feel that this was a good, and moreover a fair outcome for console players and for singleplayers? Because I would suggest that it was not. Furthermore, this kind of course of action will only likely feed the perceptions that some console players have that their needs are secondary to those of PC players.
With broader consideration in mind I cannot help but feel that if we are going to hold future community events, then all players should be able to access them, and if something is preventing this on a technical level, then this should be corrected. Console players and Singleplayers are a demographic of loyal and passionate individuals who love and support Conan Exiles as much as everyone else. All we ask is to be able to participate in and be a part of these community events like all other members. I would respectfully ask that these points be taken into consideration when planning future events. Thankyou for listening, and I hope you continue to grow this amazing game.