We have had this update in the works for a while and we are excited to finally release the latest addition to the Player XP dashboard. We have introduced the new Player XP Roadmap! Keep reading to see how you can monitor future Player XP updates and influence which updates we prioritise first…
Player XP is adding a new data source to our ever-growing list, giving you an even greater insight into the discussion around your game. Twitch is the latest Player XP data source we monitor for comments and interactions related to your game.
This new data source gives us another way to better provide our service as the community intelligence platform and ensure you see the conversations around your game that are happening in all channels and communities, now including Twitch.
Stray is a third-person puzzle-solving adventure game set in a decaying cybercity, where you play as a cat and solve the mysteries of this city that droids and other strange creatures have inhabited. Stray is developed by BlueTwelve Studio and published by Annapurna Interactive.
Since its release on July 19th 2022, Stray has built a larger than expected playerbase and received a flurry of overwhelmingly positive reactions. However, as every game does, a few things have caused negative feedback from players and have therefore impacted the game’s overall sentiment. This Player XP report will analyse comments and feedback from the Stray community to identify the topics that are driving positive and negative discussion around the game.
We are excited to say that Player XP will be attending Devcom and Gamescom this year in Cologne, Germany! After going digital for 2 years, we could not be happier that Gamescom is back live and we can attend. We look forward to seeing the latest groundbreaking news in the games industry and meeting with some of you in attendance.
Our CEO Christopher Weavill and CTO Andrew Husband are in Cologne next week representing Player XP. They are meeting with multiple Player XP clients and can’t wait to catch up with as many people as they can throughout the week. So if you would like to meet with them too then don’t hesitate to reach out and they would be happy to arrange a time with you.
The Diablo franchise has gained a large and loyal playerbase since the release of the first Diablo game over two decades ago in 1996. The latest game in the franchise, Diablo 4 was announced back in 2019 and has had its release date postponed until 2023. Blizzard has since released the free-to-play (F2P) action-RPG mobile game ‘Diablo Immortal’.
The game is mobile-focused but is also in Early Access on PC already due to the game’s high-quality production. Despite the hype from the community for another successful Diablo game, this one largely disappointed a majority of the playerbase with the main issue being in-game microtransactions. This blog will analyse everything that went wrong with Diablo Immortal and why it has received such negative reactions from its community.
In this article, we will update you on how clients and users can make change requests for the dashboard and provide us with feedback which we use to improve the platform and make updates that better your experience using Player XP.
We are always looking to make improvements to our dashboard so we can provide you with more features and useful insights. We use your feedback to make updates to the dashboard that provide you with more features to analyse your data and allow you to customise the platform’s visualisation to suit your preferences. This is to ensure your studio is getting the most out of Player XP.
Using Player XP, we could identify that Activision’s Call of Duty: Warzone currently has an all-time sentiment of -18. On the Player XP dashboard, we have gathered over 2.3 million interactions from various data sources that we monitor for the game.
It is interesting to see that a game with such a large playerbase has a very negative sentiment, so we are bringing you this blog to give you insights into what is causing this negative sentiment and the pain points that Activision’s community are experiencing. We will also show you how you can use the feature-rich Player XP dashboard to get insights into any game.
Player XP has been working to update the Topic Finder feature to give you more capability on the dashboard and allow you more customisation when searching for topics in your game.
These features look to improve your experience and offer you more unique ways to view and analyse your community data.
We are incredibly excited to announce the release of the new Player XP User Registration system. This is the new way for users to create accounts on our dashboard and manage your company, teams and games all in one place.
This blog will inform you on everything you need to know about the User Registration system and how you can use it to overview your company on Player XP. Continue reading
Player XP is excited to announce we are going to be delivering hands-on training on our dashboard to all users of Player XP. We understand with the number of features and customisation options on our dashboard, it can sometimes be confusing to use, especially as a new user. Therefore, we are going to be delivering a programme of free training to our clients so you are more familiar with the platform and able to use any dashboard feature for the maximum benefit of your studio.
There are many ways in which we aim to deliver training to our clients. These include platform demos, training series episodes, email newsletters and the Player XP training manuals. Our plan to deliver all of these is explained in this blog.