The Crew Summary
The next patch for racer The Crew fromhas been detailed and will be arriving next week. Among the list of changes is hopefully a final fix to the player statistics bug that display wrong stats or even resets them.
Previous stats can't be restored, they reveal. The dev team has also improved the AI in some missions, including police behaviour in chases. Opponent cars 'follow more' instead of always taking us down.
A special webpage for those who own the Season Pass to Assassin’s Creed: Unity is now online where you can take upoffer a free game to compensate for the disastrous launch.
Those eligible need only select their platform (the same as the one they own Unity), and then choose between a selection of Ubisoft's latest titles like The Crew and Far Cry 4.
It's all about the statistics - our numerical accomplishments, but The Crew has been having trouble loading them with their servers and erasing stats in response, confirms.
They've now identified the issue and will be fixing it in a future patch. For now players may still be saddled with the wrong stats, which can be worked around by logging in and out until they correct.
This would be funny - really funny - if it wasn't just 'yet another' damning indictment of today's . The online racer The Crew has received a day one patch in order that players can actually join a crew.
Now, I don't dabble in legalise or courtroom sorcery, but when your game is called The Crew and yet the finished product is actually broken that you can't actually join a crew...
Like me, you might just have had some fairly frustrating troubles with online functionality in titles released this year (Assassin's Creed: Unity andbeing at the top of my hit-list right now).
Here's hoping The Crew's lead game designer Serkan Hasan is correct when he claims that the “racing MMO” won't suffer from similar problems.