A remake of shooter XIII came out earlier this week, but received extremely negative feedback from players and journalists who criticized almost every aspect of the game — from shooting and artificial Intelligence of opponents to the technical constituents. Now publishing house Microids and developers from the PlayMagic studio released a statement in which they apologized for technical problems at the start. The production of the game was influenced by the coronavirus pandemic, they said.
For the same reason, the authors failed to release the first day patch in time. Microids and PlayMagic note that they have heard fair criticism and frustration of players and are already working hard on the solution of all remake problems.
In the coming days and weeks, the game will get a host of patches. The first of them will come out soon and fix the most pressing problems.
Finally, the authors are working on a detailed plan to support the remake. Players are waiting for free levels, weapons, skins and modes for local multiplayer.
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