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Tuesday, 15 February 2011 10:28

TDU2 players fighting with many bugs

Written by David Stellmack


First round of patches are coming
Developer Eden Game has been taking a lot of heat since the release of Test Drive Unlimited 2. However, the developer apparently is preparing to deploy the first round of client side patches which are believed to address a number of problems with the game.

While the problems seem to be different across all three platforms (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC), some of the bugs are actually the same. The developers are posting lists of the open issues by platform and the current service status in their forums to keep players updated on their progress.

It seems that despite all of the bugs the title is selling; which is actually a bit puzzling, as if people knew the amount of problems others were having, we are not sure they would be that eager to press their luck at trying to play this title. We can say that in some ways it has gotten better, but we think it will really improve once the first client side patch arrives. We will continue to keep tabs on the situation and report back once things start to stabilize a little more.
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