Konami has launched a press release in regard to suggestions that it has acquired following the latest launch of eFootball. The studio apologized to its followers earlier than stating that it’s dedicated to fixing the sport.
In a tweet to the official eFootball Twitter account, Konami printed an official assertion surrounding the sport throughout which it acknowledged experiences from followers citing points with plenty of areas throughout the sport.
“After the discharge of eFootball 2022, we have now acquired a number of suggestions and requests concerning sport steadiness that features go velocity and defence operation,” reads the assertion. “We would additionally wish to acknowledge that there have been experiences of issues customers have skilled with cut-scenes, facial expressions, actions of gamers and the behaviour of the ball.”
— eFootball (@play_eFootball) October 1, 2021
“We are very sorry for the issues, and wish to guarantee everybody we’ll take all issues severely and try to enhance the present scenario.”
The assertion goes on to elucidate that followers ought to count on to see constant updates starting subsequent week and that the event workforce shall be sending out questionnaires to its customers with a purpose to collect additional suggestions. “We will do our utmost to fulfill as many customers as potential, and we look ahead to your continued assist of eFootball 2022,” the assertion concludes.
Following the sport’s rocky launch, we took a visit via eFootball’s Reddit web page and social media hashtags to seek out out precisely what issues players were facing in the game. From our search, followers had highlighted issues with every thing starting from ghost free-kick takers to questionable refereeing choices. With such a variety of destructive suggestions being directed in direction of the sport, Konami could discover it has a troublesome time successful some followers again round.
Prior to launch, followers could have felt that a few of the warning indicators have been there. Konami had beforehand advised gamers that the sport would basically be launching as a demo and would lack plenty of new mechanics, game modes, and player types. With all that extra content material nonetheless to be introduced into the sport throughout eFootball’s Autumn replace, it may very well be a testing time for Konami as they start to work via a prolonged record of neighborhood suggestions.
Jared Moore is a contract author for IGN. You can observe him on Twitter.