Frontier founder and founder David Braben has apologized for the status of Elite Dangerous Odyssey at launch, saying current errors are the "highest priority and focus" of the study.
The latest expansion released last week has had negative reviews, mainly focused on low performance and a lot of bugs. Braben he published his apologies in the official forums of Elite Dangerous, writing "First of all, I would like to apologize wholeheartedly to those who have suffered these problems. I would like to make sure that we take these problems very seriously and that they are ours. top priority and focus ".
Braben said a second revision is on track "very soon", hoping to fix more bugs and "bring more stability improvements to the game". He also said that new updates will be released in the future in order to bring Odyssey to a more stable state. The seemingly random performance of older machines is also being studied, with Frontier "trying to get to the bottom".
A new revision is now being used for Elite Dangerous: Odyssey, which includes a number of stability enhancements and additional support for those experiencing Orange Sidewinder bugs. Click here for more information: https://t.co/odJFNjybn1 pic.twitter.com/sV6jmPI0qcMay 21, 2021
Braben ended his message by thanking the community and wrote, "I would like to thank you all for your patience and support. The Elite Dangerous community has always been the center of the game.
"We understand that there are several players who have had trouble accessing and playing the game and I can assure you that we are fully focused on improving it for those affected and communicating openly and regularly about how & # 39 they are dealing with these problems. "
It's a shame to see an expansion of this much-loved game bomb, but it may not come as a surprise to some. Our own Nat was captivately optimistic when he checked it out and said that "there is a feeling that the expansion is a little undercooked". Andy K was equally skeptical, especially of Odyssey's strange plastic humans.