National Video Games Examiner Patrick Hickey Jr chats with Cat Daddy Games’ Harley Howe, who breaks down all of the new changes in “WWE SuperCard,” from new Team features and events to how important community feedback is for the team.
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Patrick Hickey Jr.: What have been the biggest criticisms of Season 2 so far? How have you addressed them?
Harley Howe: Since the debut of the Season 2 update, we’ve been working hard to address the feedback we’ve received from our fans. They wanted faster match speeds. So, we made that happen. They wanted Energy in events. So, we made that happen, too. WWE SuperCard’s most recent update, in fact, was all about introducing features and tweaks based on what we’ve been hearing from the community. It’s really important to us to stay in tune with what folks are saying about the game, the meta, and how WWE SuperCard could improve.
Patrick Hickey Jr.: How will Teams change the game?
Howe: WWE SuperCard’s audience is a very social, active group of fans that speak often outside of the game about their latest pulls, positions in events, and card customizations. Team play will bring people together within the game. With Teams right now, for instance, you share your cards in a Team pool and you can chat privately within the game. In an update coming this winter, we’ll introduce Team Events that let you get together to go for some cool cards as a collective.
Teams, in essence, is a great way to get people together for a shared goal which I think will enrich the whole social experience.
Patrick Hickey Jr.: How do Team Decks work?
Howe: Right now, you can submit some of your cards into a shared Team pool. When Team events come to WWE SuperCard, you’ll be able to take that pool and compete in events with it. That’s why it’s so important to build up your deck right now. You’ll definitely want your best cards in order to compete with the other Teams out there.
Patrick Hickey Jr.: What influenced the three picks for perfect idea?
Howe: It’s an idea we’ve been kicking around for a while courtesy of feedback from fans. Players wanted a little bit more for dominating their opponents, and we thought it was a great idea. It’s not easy to score a Perfect win, so why not jack up the reward for it?
Patrick Hickey Jr.: Will there ever be card trades?
Howe: Never say never, but it’s currently not in the plans at the moment.
Patrick Hickey Jr.: What’s next?
Howe: Team events! We’re really excited to get this into players hands so they can squad up, work together, and compete in events as a unit. We’re also very excited to continue adding new Superstars, Legends, and Divas into the game.