There used to be a time where Bridges games were quicker to find, had many people and were genuinely fun to play, whether it was in Skylands or Volcanic Islands, you would usually have a good amount of players playing in the same matches. That of course, was late 2015 to early 2016, before the rise of hackers. Now, finding a Bridges game can take a while, the most I've tried to wait is 15 minutes, showing how empty and un-interested the majority of the community has become towards this particular gamemode, with Cake-Wars and UHC being the most preferred as of current. Even while writing this, I've been in a queue going for 11 minutes. So, why has the community lost interest in this game-mode? That is the question. Personally, I think the lack of an interesting update (aside for fixes and new maps) has dealt a big blow to this game-mode as it can get quite repetitive within the game. Collect resources, Bridges drop, kill players and either win or lose. There are not enough interesting variables to spice it up... What if there were special random events that can vary within the games? Such as falling meteors... the water level slowly rising or even adding a dragon or two in! It would spice up the game-play and make it more interesting and engaging for players to fight and come up with new strategies to overcome these obstacles! There are many other reasons that could have possibly impacted the player count in Bridges, aka, hackers, the low player count etc. So, what do you think about the state of The Bridges? Will it ever get better? What could they do to improve it? Let's talk. :D edit: it has currently been 18+ minutes of waiting in the queue... with 5 players waiting.