Also for this “ultimate pack” If you are here to make like a very accurate fps shooter with like all the correct sounds of the weapons, does this “ultimate pack” have this? cuz I highly doubt this guy having every sound of guns.
I don’t even care that this sound is going. I’ve played on Roblox for a decade, 9 years of which I’ve spent developing. A sound getting removed is the least of my concerns.
I’m getting tired of the disrespect being shown to the developer community on a consistent basis. From updates with no communication prior to them being made, consistent outages of services and specialised treatment towards certain groups. I can’t accept this garbage anymore.
I have this category on tracking because I’m interested in platform progress and the last thing I want to see is an advertisement, much less for a person who has utterly disrespected our community. There’s better ways to use money.
And I’ll be damned if I can’t flag this “announcement”.
It feels so gross that Roblox would create a business deal with someone who dragged us all around through the mud, only to throw it at our faces as something important and worth knowing about and reading.
The idea is great, but the execution seems terrible. I have to download and upload all the sounds myself? Why don’t we have a system for building sound libraries and distributing them in a way that would be easy to manage and make sense?
If Roblox plans on hiring professional sound designers (which I highly support) I want to see an easier way of purchasing and utilizing said libraries. The ability to browse by library and a new asset ID format to support the distribution and authorization of said sounds would be a great improvement.
Upon reading a lot of these comments, it appears a lot of you do not like this update, but please remember this was likely an agreement made, so take it with a grain of salt, but don’t outright call it out as Roblox might not have had a full say in this decision.
If you want to, buy his sounds for your games. If not, that’s okay too. The main point here though is that the “OOF” sound will be removed by the end of the month and that developers will have to either buy the Basic pack from Tommy or spend 100 Robux to have access to the sound when the new marketplace goes live. So while this isn’t per-say a “dev” announcement, its still information on a long-going battle between Tommy and Roblox that was finally settled out-of court.
Granted, from my perspective, I still don’t see the point in buying these sounds when there’s still a marketplace fee, especially for uploading so many sounds!! and (not-really) a bulk-upload for sounds, spending a long time to upload even just 50 sounds! Yikes!