Hi, Kinth! Thanks for your comment, that's exactly how I feel about the first game.
I'm hoping that this is just a one off as I love the tone of The New Order. What felt uncomfortable about the New Orleans section was that the whole city was a ghetto being purged by Nazis, which is exactly the sort of situation where you need that grounded tone.
Actually Warframe did drop by several thousands in its concurrency statistics for about half a year after its launch boom.
Still, I don't see how only patching is going to solve the lack of players. Yes it will fix some of the problems that pushed a part of its community away, but it's already a good game that's worth playing. What it really needs is more people trying it out and it can get that by being more easily accessible to a wider audience: a free weekend might help some, but free-to-play is more likely to really benefit the game's player base in the long-run.
was a very cold day the second time.
It is rare that I see an online character that stays an online character for long.
No worries, it just looked a little odd that one line was missing. I will remove my tinfoil hat for the time being.
All in all, after re-reading the interview it seems he is just on about consoles in general anyway.
Yeah, genuinely just filled that in. It makes more sense that he was talking about vanilla consoles, because even with these mid-gen upgrades, devs have to make sure games run on vanilla systems. So in a way, the Pro and Xbox One X are holding back games by not being completely new-gen systems.