So, since I don't know how to start talking about it I'm just gonna say it: I don't think the direction the game is going (in terms of art style and direction) is the right one. (Also I don't know if this is the riggt subforum or not, but here I go) I've been thinking about it for a couple months now, and with the BoP episode, I think I can say that the new direction the devs are going with the new npc models is the right one, for a couple of reasons I'll list below. Let me just make it clear that I know there is a whole process between the brainstorming step to the final product, and I believe you're doing the best you can. But the new npc/character models end up on the odd or out of place side of the spectrum when it comes to whether or not they fit in the dcuo visual universe. The game had a clear style back then, an almost 'from page to game' clearly comic book style, with likenesses to artists like Jim Lee (easily recognizable on the Batman model). And there is one specific thing about those designs in particular that always was clear, and that's the fact that it was a combination of all the different iterations of the character, like a "prime" version of them. Take the Flash desing for instance, it's the Flash, not 90's Flash, not 80's Flash, nor 2000's Flash, but rather a mix of all Flash-es. So, where does my issue with the new models is? First of all, the fact that the new models (take for instance Wonder Woman's, Shazam's and Black Canary's) respond to a very specific version of the character, and while that may work in a different unverse, it doesn't in the game's one, because it isn't a "prime" Winder Woman, it's 2018 Wonder Woman, whose appearance is based of the Snyder and Jenkins movies starring Gal Gadot, and then taken to the comics. The models are great, in fact they're amazing, but they don't fit this universe, where every character is a cimbination of their iterations. And is because they are this "prime" versions what makes them fit throughout the multiple storylines introduced over the years this wonderful game has been active. And the other "big" issue I have regairding the new models, is that they don't follow the art style the game has had for years. What I mean by this is that, right now, the models fell like they belong to different games (besides the versions they are closer to). Taking the new episode as an example, the only character that slightly looks like it belongs in the game is Harley Quinn's. The others, as good as they are, doesn't follow the same style, they look odd in the setting they're in. For instance, a clear one is Huntress' redesign, it looks much more like it could belong to a game like Fortnite rather that to DCUO, the same goes to the new Lois Lane model. And you also have the models of Black Cannary and Poison Ivy, or Wonder Woman, that looks much more like a character from a Sims game where you mixed and matched styles and make-up to get a cosplay of the characters. And then you have the model for Shazam, that doesn't look like the character at all. Now I'm not trying to sound rude or entitled, and I know the devs are putting in some of the best work they can to keep up with making content for the game. But this is something I wanted to, at least, let them know.