Could you please reduce the imbalance between the countryside/small towns and the city?
This imbalance is created due to at least two factors:
The amount of spawns on the countryside/small towns.
Since the last update the percentage of rare and epic spawns seems to have increased. So has the number of supply drops. However, somehow the the total amount of spawns seems to have decreased drastically on the countryside/small towns, making it is harder than ever to farm epics.
I spend last week in Rotterdam and have confirmed that this in not the case in city; farming on average 5 epics a day.
I am not sure whether this is due to the difference in total spawn amount (it seemed like it though) or due to other reasons.
For me the 3 nearest park-spawns are 8 km away with a 2 km distance in between.
Again, last week I was in Rotterdam and was able to find at least 30 park spawns within a very short distance from each other.
3 park spawns means I can farm the 3 epics a day, however, for me to be able to farm enough rare or all the common park-spawns is impossible. I would have to cheat (spoof) to farm 24 commons in a day.
btw. the same goes for the treasure chests.
The cheaters are being dealt with because they make it impossible for honest players to compete with each other (and thereby have a fun gaming experience). It would be very nice if this imbalance could be fixed also, since it creates the same kind of imbalance and hinders a fun gaming experience for a lot of players.
-the first solution is very simple. Please end the event!
After 9 weeks I am tired of seeing the same three supply drops over and over again.
-second solution: create more different terrains where you can find different dinosaurs. for example forest, fields, water, hilly terrain, city etc.
In this way everyone has their own advantage and disadvantage and not only the city dwellers.
I havent got a good solution for the spawn-difference between the city and the countryside. However, as I am sure there are many more solutions to this problem, I’d love to hear others on this subject!