Starbreeze apologizes for Payday 3's launch issues

by Danny Craig  · 
Starbreeze apologizes for Payday 3's launch issues
Starbreeze Studios

Following the rocky launch of Payday 3 last month, developer Starbreeze has apologized for remaining silent on the game's delayed patches.

The details:

  • In a new blog post, the developer provided a brief update on the game's upcoming patch, which promises over 200 quality-of-life features and is currently the "main priority" for the team. According to Starbreeze, the patch is currently undergoing a "testing and certification process" to ensure platform parity, implying that the update is not far away.
  • The developer also states that the reason for the patch's delay is "very long and complicated," but summarizes the issue as the team discovering "critical errors with our update pipeline" that could have resulted in player progression being wiped if not addressed as soon as possible.
  • Starbreeze also claims to be listening to feedback on the game's progression system and will share more information soon. It will also start releasing more content once it can deliver patches without incident, with those drops expected "before the end of the year."

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