@billabong5511 and @Ornual I’ve noticed I’m not the only one experiencing constant crashes and so many other bugs.
How can this be? Are Turtle Rock amateurs, or professionals? Other big games out there from big companies like EA, Microsoft, etc. never crash, don’t have bugs or just small bugs and very few… They are quality products.
I had a Xbox 360 for years, now a Xbox One. On Xbox games never crash, they are stable. That’s one of the many reasons why Xbox is better than PC for games. I thought games crashing and freezing was a thing of the past, a thing of PC games, not Xbox. And now this, Evolve, crashing like PC games. Where is the usual Xbox reliability?
So how come Evolve has so many bugs? Turtle Rock don’t have a quality department? All their good programmers left the company before the game was released? They don’t have enough staff? They don’t have enough programmers? How do other companies get it right but Turtle Rock doesn’t?
They don’t care about their fans, us? That’s the thanks we get for the loyalty? For being dedicated, loyal, helpful, patient with so many bugs in a finished product, etc.? They just care about making money? Wow…
I believe a lot of these are hard to find/fix. They have been happening since launch. You kind of just get used to it confused We all love the game its just one of those things.
I get what you say. But we can’t get used to the bugs, we can’t give them an excuse and say everything is all right with the bugs and we’ve learned to live with the bugs. It’s not all right. We’ve payed for a finished product, we expect it to work right, not crash all the time like this and so many other bugs. Then tell me Bill, how do other companies get ir right and release games that don’t crash? While Turtle Rock can’t achieve that stable state? Is that so hard to do for a professional gaming company? They need to hire the quality department from other sucessful companies who got it right? Whatever it takes, they should work hard for it and apreciate their fans. This is not how you treat loyal fans and a big community.