Okay now I'm totay done here. Until the next catastrophically stupid event takes place
Member, SkyVu Beta Tester
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This is an all around terrible business decision for a number of reasons
1. Battle bears was the foundation upon which SkyVu was built and now they're just sweeping it under the rug. Quite a foolish marketing choice as nearly none of the original fans will have any relation to BB.
2. VR is still in an increibly buggy and expirimebtal state and SkyVu in no way has the finances to put togetger a sharp, functional VR system. Just seeing as how buggy and jagged BBU was I don't think they have what it takes to make a playable VR game
3. Essentially nobody is in the market for VR right now. It gas too many problems in its current development state to be of any use, and it's not in high demand.
4. Finally the battle bears community will eventually die out. It's bad enough that their company makes terrible marketing choices. It's worse that they ignore the fans and community
Inconclusion RIP BB forums, skyvu will fail with these VR ambitions and good riddance I say. That's what happens when you make stupid marketing decisions