I'm not worried about plugins. I really need them though. Actually, I just need one, which works with C2. But if there is any sort of documentation, I'm pretty sure it would be easy to port it to C3.
My worries about Construct 2 was that it would soon be out of date and my worries about Construct 3 was that working in a browser would be like a toy, not a tool. I've been working with Visual Studio, Unity, stuff like that, so I feel kind of uneasy about editor in the browser.
But it works fine, doesn't it? Even in bigger projects. And plugins work too, don't they? And there is documentation, isn't there? And you can work offline, can't you? And on top of it there is this desktop version now.
Well, thanks guys, I'm gonna think really hard about going back to Construct. Actually I miss working with Construct, the entire thing is a jewel and Ashley should be in hall of fame of brilliant programmers, if there was such a thing. I've made three games in Construct 2 and loved the experience. Development is so fast comparing to other tools.
I just got careful with Construct 3. Wanted to wait until it was mature enough and then ask around. So I'm asking. So far I like the answers.