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The Cosmotic Mission - Early Access

ThetaREZThetaREZ Posts: 11
NerveGear
As some of you know, The Cosmotic Mission is a VR game that was funded by a small Kickstarter about a year ago. Well it's finally approved in Early Access : https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1714492621942434/

For those of you that have participated in an Early Access game - How did you communicate with the developers? Did you see your feedback make it's way into the final release? What would you do different?

For those of you that developed an Early Access game - What was the biggest challenges though the Early Access phase? Did you make major changes to your game based on user feedback? What tools did you use to track this feedback?

I am really interested in this forums feedback on my game. Thank you!
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  • WreckLuse68WreckLuse68 Posts: 250
    Nexus 6
    In the past...both here and on Steam, I have participated in EA and have had ideas and thoughts that have been used in a final release...usually, once I have communicated to the dev through either forum then the conversation normally goes to email where you can discuss the game/app in more detail and even share small builds and updates before releasing...EA is great for that.
    Also, it has been known that if any of my ideas have been used then usually a gratis (or discounted) version of the app has been awarded...the rewards for beta testing you could say.
    :)

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  • ThetaREZThetaREZ Posts: 11
    NerveGear
    CodeTen68 said:
    In the past...both here and on Steam, I have participated in EA and have had ideas and thoughts that have been used in a final release...usually, once I have communicated to the dev through either forum then the conversation normally goes to email where you can discuss the game/app in more detail and even share small builds and updates before releasing...EA is great for that.
    Also, it has been known that if any of my ideas have been used then usually a gratis (or discounted) version of the app has been awarded...the rewards for beta testing you could say.
    :)

    I got a lot of people telling me to use Discord, I'm going to give that a try. If you like join the conversation, here is a link: https://discord.gg/xgdPFws
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