Have most PC gamers forgotten how to make decent PC games? Blood Bowl 3 had also a complete false start, which now elicited a statement from the developers.
Blood Bowl 3, another part of the tactical fantasy football series, was released on Friday and quickly landed hard on the grass. In the Steam ratings, around 73% of players waddled the game, and there were apparent issues.
Cyanide's developers acknowledged difficulties in terms of monetization, Brutal Edition, gameplay health, server issues, and more. In any case, the developers' intention will be to fix any bugs and issues as soon as possible (editor's tip: do it before the release).
"We expect Blood Bowl 3 to be a game that is constantly evolving. Even the last line on the roadmap is not the end of the road." "This is a game that we are very happy to have," says Cyanide.
Cyanide believes it has crafted a fair and rewarding system for its players. Yes, there is an option to pay for content, and we have premium items, some of which are more costly. However, they aren't designed to enhance the key players.
Cyanide has decided to delete the incorrectly distributed cosmetic items from these players, while still keeping the 1,000 Warpstones. However, true Brutal Edition purchasers will receive additional Warpstones.
Over the weekend, a first patch to stabilize the server was already installed, and further updates are to be planned shortly.
The official trailer for today's release of Blood Bowl 3 has been released.
Today is the release of Blood Bowl 3 — and you can see the teaser for it here.