SteelBeetle Posted July 19, 2014 Share Posted July 19, 2014 (edited) When they started releasing data about U14 and we started to know more about it, I was getting really excited for it. It looked really good and I couldn't wait to try it out when it finally released. Unfortunately, that all changed the moment I logged in and did the new prologue, after doing the prolugue. I started seeing some things that shouldn't be there and started to make me frustrated. The more I played, the more I noticed how much U14 was unstable. No, it's not that bad of update in terms of additions. I like the new player ships, the new kubrow pets are cool, and the new Mirage warframe is amazing. The true problem with U14 is one thing: the bugs. I have never seen the game this buggy to the point where it's almost unplayable. I thought to myself "they really let all of this through?" Even with the hotfix, the update is still plagued by numeroes bugs: random dc's, chat not working, missions crashing, the list goes on. DE, this update was not ready to be released. It's not because the new additions are bad, it's because there's too many bugs than make it hard to play. "But it's a beta, there's going to be bugs, and they'll patch it" That is not an excuse to release a patch in an unstable state. A new update should at least be playable to not prevent frustration and negativity. DE should change how they handle their updates. Instead of having a set release date to get an update out, it should just be worked on until they know for sure it's done, then release it within the next day or two, NOT release it by a specific date no matter the state of it. It alleviates pressure for getting the update out, and it gives a sense of surprise, because we'd never know when it comes out until it's very close to being released. TLDR, the new update should've been delayed longer and DE should start handling the release of new updates in a different way. There are just my thoughts. What are your thoughts on the matter? Edited July 19, 2014 by SteelBeetle Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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