The upcoming Endless Space 2 patch will fix the game’s performance bugs
A promising turn-based, 4X space-strategy game, Endless Space 2 has been available in Early Access for about two months. The game’s developer, AMPLITUDE Studios, recently released the first update for the game. Yet, the update turned out to be quite troublesome for early adopters of Endless Space 2.
Some of the problems involve lags during space battles, invisible ships, loading problems, and more. This left players unsatisfied, because the update should solve the existing issues, not cause more problems.
Developers are working to fix the ES2 performance bugs
AMPLITUDE Studios recently reached players on Steam, where they said they’re aware of the issues. Reportedly, the development team is working on a solution for these problems. So, as soon as the issues are addressed, we should expect another update.
The devs are currently aware of the performance issues since Update 1. They have isolated the issue and are investigating fixes.
Please be patient while they address the issue
As soon as developers release the fixing update, we’re going to let you know about it. Until then, you can continue testing the game in Early Access. A decent number of bugs in the Early Access version of the game shouldn’t surprise anyone. The developer itself stated that it needs help from experienced strategy players. So, if you want to help the devs improve Endless Space 2, you should definitely buy the Early Access version.
How has your experience been in testing Endless Space 2 during Early Access? And if you haven’t bought the game yet, will you wait for the full release, or buy it during Early Access? Let us know in the comments below.
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