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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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+3 #1 Steve-O 2011-02-15 12:57
There is no valid excuse for a company to release a buggy game like this. Anyone who bought it sight-unseen deserves to have their $60 taken.

I tried the torrented version, and it froze within a minute, which warranted an uninstall and deletion.

I was actually looking forward to this title, but I'll just spend that 60$ on hookers and blow instead.
0 #2 Zone 2011-02-15 14:18
Happy to report im playin my version just fine :)

Ok I could not get online untill monday morning and I still cant add a friend to my friendlist (one friend was added, the other cant) but apart from that its a great fun game and I have had no crashes at all.

Only problems I have is the long loading when you start the game up (in game its super fast) and some graphical glitches.
Further I would like some improvement on the performance and perhaps the handling a little bit touched up but other then that its quite great :).
0 #3 TechHog 2011-02-15 23:32
Oops. Wrong article.
+1 #4 yasin 2011-02-16 11:00
the game at release was not fit for purpose.
-2 #5 NeutralTax 2011-02-16 11:31
iv had no problems with the game on PS3, does get a little laggy,and joining a friend is a bit bugged but other than that its a great driving game, dont forget its an MMO, not a bog standard racer or sandbox game like GTA, its an open world with online multiplayer, and they are doing their best to fix it up.

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