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Posted: Nov 22nd 2011 5:15AM Utakata said

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Don't they sorta have this already?

Posted: Nov 22nd 2011 9:37AM CitizenH said

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The helmet?
Yeah, they have two or three that kind-of look like Statesman's and Recluse's.

At this point they should just, you know, give people his actual faceplate.

If you're referring to the loyalty program, it's not to be confused with the Veteran Rewards program which rewards you with usually minor trinkets for how ever many months you've been subscribed.

THIS kind of loyalty program is a limited time deal and is what they wheel out when they know there's going to be a long gap between major issue releases. IIRC, last time it was the 'stay subscribed and get all the Vanguard costume pieces' program. Before that, it was staying subscribed to get a backlog of free points for the game's market.

So translation: The next game issue, Issue 22, is probably not going to see release until /after/ March 31, when this program ends.

But in truth, there's still going to be the monthly Signature Story arcs and one, possibly two, new Incarnate Trials being released in the meantime.

Posted: Nov 22nd 2011 5:21PM Sente said

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@CitizenH
I think you may be spot on here. Either they do it when there is a long delay between issues, or there is a competitor making a major release or something similar.
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Posted: Nov 22nd 2011 12:20PM Space Cobra said

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And Manticore fans of his mask get little love!

Posted: Nov 22nd 2011 5:57PM gamegamerson said

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Or... like some other games I am seeing, they don't want anyone unsubscribing to join that other game that hits in December, during its initial launch.... Just sayin'...

Posted: Nov 22nd 2011 10:31PM OnlyMe said

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@gamegamerson

That actually makes more sense.

Their previous loyalty program (feb-apr 2011) started a month after DCUO launched and a month before RIFT launched. Also, Coh's revenue that quarter was the lowest its been since it started.

Now their next loyalty program comes almost a month after DCUO's launch as free to play and about a month before SWTOR's launch. And Coh's most recent revenue numbers is its 2nd lowest since its start...the lowest quarter revenue is still the quarter with the first loyalty program.

Could be coincidences, but it is curious.
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