You would expect when a business makes a promise or commitment to its customer base that they follow through with their promises. Simply for the security and longevity of their success you would expect no less.
Lets look at an example.
Russian Cookies LLC. I don’t know if this is a company, but for the sake of this example, it is now. Russian Cookies sells, you guessed it, Cookies. Not just any cookies though. Russian Cookies sells cookies with HUGE chocolate chips. I mean massive! They promise to sell you a cookie with the most chocolate and bang for your buck
Their signage reads ‘ MASSIVE chocolate CHIPS, Wheres the cookie?’ Below the sign there is a guarantee. ‘ We promise you YOUR cookie is not just a cookie, but mostly chocolate’
Now these cookies are pricey. However, no one else sells cookies like this and your getting tons of extra goodies in them. So you decide to spend your money and buy a cookie. After your transaction the guy at the counter yells “WAIT!” He reaches over and takes your cookie and swaps it out with a cookie with very little chocolate. In fact, their are massive raisins in this cookie.
You begin to complain. You explain that you read the sign and expected to get what you paid for. They guy behind the counter starts to insult you by trolling you with comments.
So simply put, no mater the promise a company makes, you expect to get what you pay for. You would also expect that if a company makes a statement about its promises, it should keep them. Would you ever buy a cookie from Russian Cookies?
If you answer is no, then why do people keep spending money with Wargaming?
M6A2E1: “This tank will be only available in this pre-order package and it will never ever be sold again” – WG CEO Viktor
“Chinese TDs will be released exclusively for the Chinese server, in other regions THEY WILL NOT COME” © Anton Pankov, 6 March 2017
Regarding the Chinese branch – OK, it wasn’t originally planned, but we had a lot of players requesting in all regions “Please add this content to the game for everyone”
“We will not introduce the Waffentrager auf E 100 back again. We are not looking forward to such a goal” © Daniel Parashchyna (Murazor) and Vyacheslav Makarov, communicating with the players in December 2016 at an exhibition in Moscow.
On the Waffenträger auf E 100 – For China it will come as a premium. Other regions won’t be affected.
No mater how you shake it, these guys just spit out statements and retract on the intent of them buy doing the fucking opposite. These statements about not adding content makes the value of said content go up. Such as the M6A2E1. The value of this tank was defined by its exclusiveness. Take that away by introducing it to the game at a later date, then you lied and devalued someones cookies.
Stop buying Wargaming’s cookies