Zombie MMO The Day Earlier than has seemingly misplaced three-quarters of its participant base because it launch to overwhelmingly unhealthy opinions simply two days in the past.
As noticed by PCGN, while the sport hit a concurrent peak of 38,104 gamers on launch day, seventh December, proper now, lower than ten thousand gamers are presently in-game.
In keeping with SteamDB, the 24-hour peak sits at simply 12,210.
Regardless of releasing in early entry, gamers have been important of the sport’s lacklustre providing, with some labelling it “nothing however a money seize”.
The group is listening, nevertheless, and says it’s responding to participant suggestions. In a patch deployed yesterday, eighth December, Fntastic mentioned it had “addressed probably the most important points with the sport and improved total efficiency” and had rolled out extra zombies, in addition to providing 5 instances the in-game foreign money, Woodcoins, for finishing duties.
The group additionally says there’s improved recreation and internet code efficiency, says it has “improved the mechanics of the spawning of the contaminated to extend the prospect of encountering them on this planet”, in addition to addressed the taking pictures in each first- and third-person.
You must also now look forward to finding extra ammo on the corpses of lifeless contaminated, and your gadgets should not go walkabout once you stash them anymore.
For the complete particulars of what to anticipate within the replace, head on over to Steam.
Yesterday, Ed downloaded Zombie MMO The Day Earlier than so you did not have to, to determine if the overwhelmingly damaging opinions it’s receiving on Steam are honest.
As Ed summarised for us on the time, it has been a rocky highway for the sport, with accusations the sport was a rip-off, copying the work of different builders, criticism in opposition to using unpaid volunteers, and a trademark dispute with a Korean calendar app.
Simply days in the past, developer Fntastic launched an announcement apologising for the sport’s advertising and marketing and requesting “please do not accuse us of scamming”.