Hi Alien, Yes, Crytek CryEngine 2 is old hat, games of yester-year that no one really bothers with anymore. We started an upgrade in 2008 to Cry2, since then 6 years have passed, we are going soon into year 7. Very old hat I would say. CryEngine 3 is far better optimised and has many new features. As can be seen here: http://www.crytek.com/cryengine/cryengine3/overview Upgrading to DX11 or soon 12 with also support for the AMD Mantle API in their next release update will require Cry3. This is my point. In 2003 Entropia went gold, 2008 Cry2 (5 yr period) and now another 6 have passed, we are overdue for this update. Of course it was a huge undertaking going from Gamebyro Engine to Cry2Engine due to it being a completely different engine. However the transition from Cry2 to Cry3 is rather smooth from what I have read thus far. Even with the lack of developer documentation produced by CryTek (Something CryTek are looking to change with the new monthly subscription earnings) Only minor changes need to be made if the old models are used. These can be upgraded later with time. So I would expect such a change to occur within a 3 to 6 month period, all planets additional content which is rather small to the core content of Calypso inclusive. It will be a necessary move at some point. It is just a question of when. Asking the 2 mil USD purchase price for BAD deeds (Battle Arena Deeds) is justified if this is to occur. BAD deeds will be available to all planet partners as far as I understand it since it is a MindArk initiative. I would like to see a justification for asking such an outrageous price to produce something that has been seen on kickstarter several times in the past for under 100k USD to produce. (Similar concept). Sure the Entropia one integrates somewhat with other systems, yet the core of what they are doing with the BA system has been done before in other games and is nothing new. So yes, please upgrade to latest compliancies DX11/12/Mantle and the latest Engine supporting these technologies CryTek Cry3. We play the most expensive MMO game known in the history of the gaming industry; Is it too much to ask for MindArk to keep up with the times and provide a quality game, both keeping up with technology and gameplay features and functionality to justify what they charge us in cost to play ?