Konami has responded to numerous user complaints regarding the terrible state of shareware eFootball 2022. The game was released on September 30 and quickly garnered extremely negative reviews on Steam, with a total of 12,000 ratings. Players complain about issues with balance, ball transfer speed, and other gameplay elements.
The lack of variability where it is impossible to find anything beyond a friendly match, problems with downloads and online connection, and performance issues are criticised. In addition, the game physics, the movements of the athletes and their extremely strange facial expressions, which instantly turned into a parade of memes, were criticized.
The project was not developed on the past Fox Engine, but on the Unreal Engine 4, which affected the final results. The firms representatives said they are aware of the problems and will try to fix them, and starting next week the developers will work on the update that should come out in this regard For a month Konami also promised to continue its support for the project, taking into account all the mentioned shortcomings — however, it has not given specific correction deadlines.
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