Konami Digital Entertainment has launched a press release concerning the just-released and incessantly mocked eFootball 2022, apologizing for the sorry state the soccer simulation sport shipped in and confirming that the event group is making ready an replace to launch a while this month.
The sport’s official Twitter account shared the assertion, which acknowledged that the group has obtained numerous suggestions concerning the sport’s reasonably busted state. Konami mentioned it “acknowledge[s] that there have been studies of issues customers have skilled with cut-scenes, facial expressions, actions of gamers, and the habits of the ball.” An replace is deliberate for this month that may try to enhance the sport’s high quality, in addition to implement bug fixes.
“We will do our utmost to fulfill as many customers as doable, and we look ahead to your continued help of eFootball 2022,” the assertion concluded.
This apology comes not lengthy after the sport’s September 29 launch on cellular gadgets, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. It launched in a really tough state. So tough, actually, that quite a few upset followers aired their frustrations, making eFootball 2022 Steam’s most-hated sport.
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The points are a lot, however what you’ve most likely seen floating round most are the janky facial animations of NPCs and scanned gamers like Lionel Messi. There are clips of footballers working with their arms behind their backs, with one Twitter consumer dubbing Naruto tune “Raising Fighting Spirit” over a hilariously wonky recording from the sport.
It stays to be seen precisely what Konami has in retailer for eFootball 2022‘s most atrocious components. Many followers who’ve reviewed it marvel how the sport handed any type of certification in its present state.
eFootball 2022 is a free-to-play soccer sport (with loot bins!) developed and printed by Konami. It’s a part of the writer’s long-running, as soon as well-regarded Pro Evolution Soccer collection, which was renamed earlier this yr.