Well, I guess I can safely skip the box and maybe get the book after extensive reviews and/or errata fixes, then.
SR5 imfamuosly went to second printing unchanged even after first printing errors and problems were posted. It's why it's the first version of the game I didn't buy at release. And mind you, I was the first guy in my town to buy SR1 when it came out.Is it a fair assumption to expect there to be a release with the fixes applied ?
As I understand it 5e was profitable? And any hint that 6e is "like D&D 5e with advantage/disadvantage!" will probably double sales.What I don't understand is why the Battletech team is doing great things and finding a great stride for the current release of BT, while their SR counterparts seem to be stuck in the old, broken ways that plagued SR5 over its lifespan.
Maybe it's time to shake up the management/project management staff for Shadowrun and let somebody new try their hand at this.