“Our hope is that the additional time taken will allow us to ensure that the experience is better for all of our users”
After a disastrous launch, Konami attempts to fix issues with e-football 2022 Another low has been reached as its upcoming patch is now delayed.
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After receiving “extremely negative” reviews on Steam, fans raved about the terrible graphics and animations, as well as the sheer lack of content, e-football 2022 It was set to receive the 0.91 update this month, which will begin to address some of the issues.
However, a new message from the game official twitter account has informed players that instead of arriving on October 28 as planned, the patch has now been delayed to an unspecified date in “early November”.
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— eFootball (@play_eFootball) October 22, 2021
“We sincerely apologize for the delay and inconvenience caused. We hope the additional time will allow us to ensure that the experience is better for all of our users,” the message reads.
“We will announce the date and details of the fix as soon as they are confirmed. In the meantime, we will continue to work on improving the game and look forward to working with you e-football 2022“
It’s unclear whether this delay will also affect the unlocking of premium DLC content that was available for pre-order in September, but may not be accessed until mid-November.
e-football 2022 is a rebrand of Konami’s long-running pes football series, which has also been turned into a free-to-play title. Although its launch on 30 September was essentially a demo, as it is still not version 1.0, some fans are still giving it the benefit of the doubt, regardless of how much patience they have in delaying fixing its problems. .
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