After weeks of silence, Hello Games have released a patch for No Man’s Sky. But don’t get too excited about new content.
Final Fantasy XV has been delayed, but it’s for a good reason. While I’m sad to have to wait, at least this won’t ruin the franchise like other buggy launches have for other franchises.
No Man’s Sky’s biggest issue are being addressed in a new patch, but is it too late for that?
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has a few issues on PC, but thankfully a few fixes for them as well
With such complex systems, of course No Man’s Sky would be home to a few bugs. Hello Games is busy squishing them.
The Division servers will be going down soon so that fixes can be implemented. And new problems discovered. Probably.
Turn 10 have been working hard to provide the best fixes for Forza 6 Apex on PC, and there’s a long list.
In a game such as Fallout 4, bugs are inevitable. Naturally, some patches will be needed to fix the game up to scratch. And thankfully, PC gamers will be able to beta-test that patch for console players.
Following an absolutely disasterous launch, Warner Bros. has pulled Arkham Knight from Steam and ceased digital sales.
There’s a new bug in the Witcher 3 that’s preventing some players for earning experience from main story quests.
For most, The Witcher 3 is already proving to be an incredible experience. For others, that experience is being soured by bugs, crashes and glitches.
More details have been revealed about Battlefield Hardline’s upcoming patch, which focuses on squashing bugs and balance changes.