on 20-01-2011 04:45 PM
on 20-01-2011 10:47 PM
Yup mine is going back to EB for a refund. It’s an absolute clusterf*ck of a launch. I’m not waiting for a patch to play a game after buying it on release day, it doesn’t even half work *****! It’s not like I can play a single player/offline component in the mean time. Imagine if COD had this much trouble synching with MP servers on release date? People would be going batsh*t! Screw you SOE! I’ll be back when it’s free to play, which should be in about 6 months I reckon…
on 21-01-2011 01:34 AM
on 21-01-2011 02:39 AM
on 21-01-2011 02:52 AM
Sign the petition guys - http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/dcuniversefr
On December 18th South East Asia (SEA) was given the opportunity to Beta test the highly anticipated game DC Universe Online. A widespread issue which was found for the vast majority of SEA players was the freezing of the game around the 2 minute mark of the tutorial, also known as "Overseer freeze".
This issue actually effects more than just the first 2 minutes of the tutorial, as one user expressed in the DCUO official forum:
"Keep in mind that I was invited into the Beta testing on December 18th and it was an issue on that day, it continued to be an issue that recieved no response from any of the Devs during that time During the Beta stage I recieved one update, 1.02. The same dll as launch day.... when I saw that update my heart sunk and I knew the problem hadn't been fixed.
But here is what everyone may not be aware of......It's not just a problem with the Brainiac / Overseer level it's a problem throughout the game itself.
I was able to play this game on two occassions during the three weeks I was in the Beta and I was trying a couple of times a day!! I eventually got some time in the game (random, no reason why) and made my way into Metropolis, Gotham and the Watchtower and had a great time playing it.
However once I jumped out and tried to log back in again the EXACT same freezing issue would present itself in ANY of the playing areas. It's not a problem located at just the tutorial level." - Boot****
on 21-01-2011 03:24 AM
Just thought I would also mention that I managed to get a refund after a bit of a struggle (not much but a bit). They kept saying its the servers fault, and I kept telling them the issue was around since Beta, and I didn't purchase a game to spend the next 4 weeks as their beta tester whilst my refund opportunity diminishes.
the way I see it, I can purchase the game again down the track when it actually works. So go get your refunds before Sony calls up the retailers and tells them not to refund anyone.
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