Ehm, you may wish to refrasse that, as it reads (in the wording) that basically we can only expect trainers that are easy to make and anything that requires effort will simply be retired. I thought the point of subscribing, and this coming from a very early on Life Member, who when he had a chance turned Life with yearly extra contribution, was to actually be able to finish the games we would like and where we find ourselves stuck. I do not know the economics of the site and as such can only speculate, therefore I will not do that, but depending on financial issues and constraints, 2 programmers for sooo many games out there is a bit on the thin side.As for the difficult to crack codes, there are sites out there that crack big name games such as Division 2 (mind you, they charge $135 per month...) on multiplayer (action I am totally against) are never caught, do not get banned, as Ubi doesn't want to lose players, and I get always creamed by those back wipers.... What I am saying is, if someone can crack and continue to be undetected by EAC or whatever else they use, and update constantly for a PvP game, surely single player would be easier, justs needs more hands on it. That is why I, when given the chance to go beyond my life membership and pay extra, I keep doing it, because I like to see trainers for games I like, purchase and will purchase, on the chance I may get stuck sometime or want to customize. That is all.
In this case, it has nothing to do with the number of programmers or anything like that. It's just the way the game is coded and how the scripts go through the same functions. As far as I know there are no working hacks or trainers for this game by anyone. If there is, then so be it.
Because I downloaded the DEMO a month ahead of the game release and was not able to work out anything even in the demo.
To be complete, I checked the final release and the game .exe was almost exactly the same.