LotR Gollum Developers Apologize For Poor Player Experience!
The developer of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum issued an apology on social media in response to the backlash regarding the game’s status at launch. This expression of sadness follows the game becoming the lowest-rated new release on Metacritic of the year, despite launching close to other glitch-riddled games, like Redfall.
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is a shocking game in terms of gameplay, story, and technical points of view. Fans had a chance to get ready, as a video was leaked onto the internet shortly before its release, but no one could have predicted how bad it would be until they experienced it themselves.
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Deadlick Entertainment Sorry for The Lord of the Rings: Gollum
Now that The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is out, it’s time to apologize. Developer Didlic Entertainment It released a statement on the game’s official Twitter page, lamenting the “disappointing experience” players have had since its launch, while promising to fix the game via future updates that are being worked on.
The bulk of the apology refers to The Lord of the Ring: Gollum over technical issues with bugs and performance. A day one patch was released, but it didn’t do much to stem the mockery that occurred across the internet, as players decry the game’s appalling performance — especially since it wouldn’t look out of place on the Xbox 360. That’s until it happens on high-end machines, which can’t handle the technical majesty of Hair. Smeagol and the dirty apron.
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It is likely that the developers will be able to fix all the bugs and glitches with The Lord of the Rings: Gollum in the coming months. However, the general reaction from fans, mixed with waves of low-scoring reviews, suggests that there is more than just technical flaws that need to be addressed. Because of this, Lord of the Rings fans will need to keep looking for a true next-gen console adventure that’s fit for the greatness of Middle-earth.