That's what the game is about, isn't it?
I played NWN online in Persistant Roleplaying Worlds for almost a decade. Maybe more. I can distinctly remember being a teenager and plinking around. In fact, I still did up until about two years ago, when my work schedule simply began to interfere with my ability to log onto Escape From The Underdark. The "Build Your Own MMO" was absolutely the centerpiece of NWN, and I never forgave them for what they did with NWN2, even if it wasn't Obsidians fault. I am tentatively excited. I'll buy it again, for the third time (I still have my original 4 disc fold somewhere, as well I purchased a GoG copy, and jumped through the hoops to access multiplayer via that). NWN is still going strong in some communities, even if the server browser is long since dead. Escape from the Underdark is still going. Though I make it a point not to look at the forums, so as to not know whats going on. I still find myself brainstorming character concepts and builds, from time to time. Old habits.
So true, ppl don't even read the articles lol, "last year he made $15.000.000,00"
Don't you guys get it? He works on "the internet" so he's "lazy." Come on everyone, gotta work on your old man narrative. Damn kids.
Also, OW is way too slow to release new content.. took months to release Sombra and a small map.. at this pace, ppl will get bored of it (Like I did), sad but true.
Their pace of content release is actually very quick, and on-par with League of Legends in gameplay terms. Two new heroes in six months, plus maps, plus game modes, plus more in development, plus a semi-constant PTR with major redesigns and tweaks at all times.
Bethesda are framing the introduction of mods to consoles as "added content", but on PC we already have all that. It's just a visual upgrade. And while Nexus Mods is supporting it, it will take time for the major mods to be updated for SE, and in some cases the modders are not longer part of the community.
Except for the fact that, y'know, the pirate bay is still online...