Mobile game developer Cat Daddy have been reading player feedback from their latest mobile platform release – WWE Supercard. Gamers will have seen a notice appear at the games front-end, letting them know that gamer feedback has been received and announcements will follow.
WWE Supercard Network
Many gamers have experienced network issues when trying to find a game or while selecting new cards. 2K Games have already released an update for this but many gamers experienced a loss in stats and even cards.
Cat Daddy and 2K Games are now aware of this issue, so this shouldn’t affect future updates.
D4G Tip: Once 2K Games announce an update (usually 24hrs beforehand) make sure you play Exhibition mode until you’ve stocked up on common and/or uncommon cards. Once you have a nice buffer of these (without any recent higher-level cards) only your lower level cards will disappear if that update bug strikes again. We very much doubt it will as 2K Games and Cat Daddy are aware of this but better safe than sorry.
We’re really enjoying the game (find out why you should play WWE Supercard) but I found myself really wanting something extra while playing WWE Supercard alongside my girlfriend (when she’s not playing Farmville 2). I really wanted to gift her one of my WWE Supercards but of course, the devs would never make money if people could simply send cards to their friends…but what about paying for the ability to do so?
The cost of one card purchase (50 credits) sounds like a fair starting point. 100 credits could allow you to gift-send any card above uncommon. This way, you can still send a friend a card they’re after (or in my gf’s case, any Rock, Reigns, Cena or Bad News Barret cards) and the devs will still make some money for their hard work.
What other things would you like to see added to WWE Supercard? Hit the comments section and leave your feedback.
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