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Warhammer 40,000: Darktide addresses its incendiary criticisms with apologies and a roadmap that promises news and fixes

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Warhammer 40,000: Darktide addresses its incendiary criticisms with apologies and a roadmap that promises news and fixes

It’s been a couple of months since Darktide, the Warhammer 40,000 horde cooperative video game was released. With a frenetic and fun bet in hand, but not having come out in the best state, now its developers seek the forgiveness of the community while they reveal what their Roadmap during the next few months.

With performance issues (which you can get around thanks to our Warhammer 40,000: Darktide optimization guide), little content and an angry community to see how not only is this not fixed, but also that the premium store with microtransactions is available from day 1, the forums of Steam of the game have been filled with criticism of the developer.

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In a statement published in Fatshark and game social networksMartin Walhund, co-founder and CEO of the company, talks about what will be the next steps of the study. At the same time, he also seeks forgiveness from his community, which has felt ignored and left out due to the lack of updates and communication.

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“We have not been able to meet expectations. Over the next few months, our only objective will be to take into account the feedback that many of you have given us. Specifically, we are going to focus on giving you a finished crafting systema more rewarding progression cycle and working on stability and optimization of the game’s performance,” the letter says.

This has a price, although it is not one that we have to pay the fishbowls. the xbox version Darktide will be delayed until further notice. On the other hand, there will be no updates to the microtransaction store either, since the Swedish study believes that they cannot continue offering micropayments taking into account the state of their game. At the moment, yes, we do not have estimated dates for the changes that they want to offer us, nor a more detailed planning.

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