WildStar announced that it will be abandoning its monthly pace in favor of major drops every few months.
At Gamescom, Senior Game Designer Megan Starks fessed up to the change of release cadence: "Originally our idea was to have a really aggressive post-launch schedule, just constantly provide stuff for our players so that there's always things for you to do. Now that we've put out two of our updates, our schedule is still planned out. [...] We decided to work on [the upcoming patch Defile] until it's a really good quality state. We do know that we want it to come out in the next few months. Instead of saying that we have this hard deadline, that it's going out no matter what, we're going to take the time to make sure that the quality is there."
When asked if this is going to be the case for updates in the future, Starks said, "Yes."
Gamescom 2014: WildStar abandons monthly update pace
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