Since the Vikendi update, many of the players were experiencing some performance issues. While some of these issues were big to consider some of them were just minor obstacles. Game’s developer team stated on February 15th on a post that they were going to release the new update in February 28th. This upcoming update was thought to fix the major performance issues such as matchmaking problems where the players were sometimes playing in servers which they did not choose on Xbox. Also, there was high latency, drops in frame-rate and some other server related performance issues.

As the day came players were expecting the new resolving update but all they got was a Reddit post saying that the developers had to push the update release date to March 5th. As the post explained ”due to technical issues which would result in further harm to game stability”, they had to push the date further. Surprisingly fans on the Reddit wasn’t so upset after all but people kept commenting on that it was a ”shame” that they did not hit the target date.

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