This game can be compared to the launch of SWBF2 in many ways, and can be saved in the exactly same way. The key is communication. The launch of bf2 was absolutely horrendous and the number of players at the start dropped off significantly because of content and a lack of communication. Then, a new community manager, Ben Walke, was appointed, and with his communication and hyping the community up, that played a significant factor in the game’s success. He interacted with people, even just to say something along the lines of I noted this bug and will pass it on to the bug fix devs. That is what truly saved the game, because people felt like their opinions were being heard, and in all actuality they were. This game is has the potential to even do better with interacting and keeping the community alive because we have this forum. I have seen and felt that the devs are not interacting with the community as much as they should be, and that has caused several of the OG Veterans to leave. This could be due to a variety of reasons, but it is of utmost importance for the longevity of the game that communication increases. There is also one key mistake SWBF2 made once it got back on its feet, and that was to somewhat abruptly shut down development. This game should be sure to avoid those mistakes and keep going strong.
Sorry for the long winded rant, but in summary, increase communication to save and improve the game.