Cheers for the heads up <3
I think it's the opposite this far we had to waited for the patches, and rebalancing until the next mayor update.Early May? For the first patch?
Gotta be honest, I'm rather surprised by the marked slowdown in development. Really starting to feel like ED is much lower in priority these days.
Thanks for the update, anyway.
The event is run by Drew so it would be up to him whether Salome decides to take that journey at a later date.Given this news and the fact the Packhound bug is still a thing, shouldn't FDev consider postponing the big event on the 29th?
"You will take your crumbs and like it"two more weeks to fix the bug with map UI pointer? wow..... well at least we know something now
Than you did not played with some of the games i did... there was some who rolled up weekly patches, but that patches usually created as many issue than they resolved. (if not more)IDK, I'm used to seeing good patches come within 1 or 2 weeks of release...this has been the case for a long time.
We're not talking about other games.Than you did not played with some of the games i did... there was some who rolled up weekly patches, but that patches usually created as many issue than they resolved. (if not more)
You are absolutely right. A month long wait on a fix for some game breaking bugs is too long. It's common knowledge that patch releases often come with numerous bugs but they get fixed in a week or two max. This is just too long."You will take your crumbs and like it"
Is how I feel right now...I know someone will call me impatient and petulant, but man, there are some glaring bugs out there. Up to 4 weeks for a patch that probably won't cover everything. Packhounds, Multi-Crew...Open unplayable with friends out in the deep and a multitude of folks with severe GalMap problems. I can't help saying I'm unhappy about this.