Well considering everyone else is sharing their thoughts, I guess it would only make sense that I did too as one of the most annoying keyboard warriors this forum has seen. I honestly think this is a good idea because tbh, the top players of the game don’t even play It anymore. Of the ones that do, they rarely ever play Arenas and only show up whenever a tournament is going to be hosted. I really enjoyed cf3 for that reason, as I was always stuck in that hap between the top players of cf2, and the average players of cf2. I think the ability to feel like one of the bests at a game, being one of the players who may have not been one of the bests in cf2 has it’s own sense of value. Even though I have rage many times at my 2nd placings and many finals I have not won, I’d really like to thank many of the other players who kept the tournaments alive. I really enjoyed the competition and the friendships this game has brought me, and I hope you all could say the same. I think overall, it’s the right call, but I do think with this game ending, they should pay more attention to cf2. If you shut down this game and cf2, you will lose the majority of your skilled player base. Cfpro is honestly the opposite of what was always good in curve fever, and if you continue to follow this path, you will lose the game you once had. Instead of making curve fever into a pay-to-win app style game, why not repolish cf2, and then make a completely different game where you could gain large amounts of revenue? I understand this would be a very time consuming and expensive process, but I think if you really want to succeed as a game company, you should listen to the players of the game you had. Help perfect the game that you already had customers for, and make new games to appeal to a separate group of people, instead of trying to mesh the two together. I hope this entire game doesn’t die.