There should be no need for any partnerships for WW3 according to what the devs have said in the past. Multiple times in this forum the devs have come out and said that they have enough money to get this game through to 1.0 and advertise it when people voiced concerns about the game.
What's happened? There's no way the Chi-na Flu bled the funds dry. Were the funds mismanaged? Was it a bluff / lie to not scare any potential buyers / gamers away? Or is it something else?
I ask because like many of you out there I bought and still support the game and deserve answers. People that bought and no longer support it still deserve to know as well. Not only have I put a little bit of money into buying this but more importantly I've invested a good bit of time (not as much as some though).
I originally thought the partnership was for bringing WW3 to multiple platforms at launch. Then I remembered seeing where the devs said in the past that they wanted to see how the game did after launch on Steam before deciding to bring it to multiple platforms. So partnership can't be for that.
I'm honestly not currently upset with the partnership. I just don't see true point of it through what the devs have said. If what has been said is true then there is no need to make the game F2P or adding micro transactions into it or whatever My.Games plans on doing to possibly ruin a game with great potential. I only say that about My.Games because of their track record.