originally posted by PeterTheFish
I understand where Caliber is coming from, as he only has the Gamepass version of the trainer.
This said, I find it odd that when one requests a trainer, and in the trainer list you can spend credits on it mentions the game but also says CH choice of platform, thus I could be spending 50'000 or more credits, and I have done so in the past, only to find that the trainer developed doesn't fit my platform!
Also, I find it peculiar that the most widely PC used platform being STEAM, it would be logical that the first platform of choice be it and not any other.
After all, Uplay, Epic, GOG, etc. came way after STEAM, as the repsective software houses didn't want to pay STEAM's huge fees.
This said, I have seen friendly users on CH offering keys for this game for STEAM and other platforms so that the trainer be ported, but no one actually answered or accepted their kind offer, even though those same people may have very well have funded the trainer to begin with, not knowing they would not receive a compatible trainer. Kind of going for a steak and getting a burgher......
Just my 2 cents, surely ignored as usual, but hey, at least let it be known I spent about 200'000 funding trainers that in the end I never got because of a different choice of platform being made.
So online does reflect the fairness of life...
This version of the trainer works at times, not always in STEAM and quirks the game such as making it impossible to go forwards with it.
I am wondering what will happen with all the other games that I funded and are being delayed for release, because of Covid, if they will eventually come out for my STEAM (where the game is on STEAM) like I was the first one to fund and propose Vampire Bloodlines 2 trainer with a big chunk of points, etc.