Version 1.0.4 - We have reworked the graphical settings and other user settings such as keybindings. Due to this some users might need to restart the game to get it working properly. - Boot camps added to Elmerhult, Westerfall, Garbbtuna and Solside Capital. Visit these to promote you characters to green and blue quality. - Fix for mutant healing nano injection. - More NPCs added to Elmerhult, Solside Capital and Norrmalm. - All shops has been reworked. - Added shops to several cities. - Regulator is now able to move directly after using his slow field. - Shrapnel grenade should now be working as intended. - Thrombus achievement now works as intended. - General tweaks and bug fixes.
this game is going to get relegated to 'broken game' status, where we MIGHT update the trainer once a week, if that, if this keeps up
you might tell moogabe to just fix EVERYTHING AT ONCE and then release a FINAL PATCH after internel beta testing after they get IT RIGHT.. why keep doing this to the users of the game.. endless patches..
It's all very well to say that a game shouldn't be released until the bugs are fixed and all features implemented - and I agree entirely. However, it's out in the wild now, and if FatShark held off on the patches and bug fixes in order to release one big one later, they'd have an absolute mutiny on their hands.
They made a colossal mistake releasing it before it was ready. As such, they absolutely have to release bug fixes ASAP in order to retain any measure of goodwill. Releasing a broken product and then proceeding to hold back bug fixes could be fatal, especially to such a small company.
This isn't to say that I don't appreciate your position. However, it looks like the users here are damned either way: FatShark hold back patches, and we're stuck with a broken game - or - FatShark continue with their release schedule and CH can no longer afford to maintain parity with the releases, resulting in support for the title being terminated.
This game, while awesome to play, isn't quite Diablo 3, in as much as it wasn't exactly one of the most anticipated games of the year. Given this, their decision to release it before it was actually ready seems even more ill-advised. There was simply no need to, and now the users are left in a bind.