Halo Wars 2 Day One patch takes an awful lot of time to download
Halo Wars 2 is now available on the Xbox One. The heroes of Halo Wars return only to find themselves in more danger than ever before. As a player, you’ll engage in large-scale battles against a terrifying enemy for the survival of mankind.
You can play with or against your friends by joining the Xbox Live community in up to 3v3 matches. You can use a wide variety of weapons, and when things go wrong, you can always rely on powerful leaders with special abilities to turn the tide in battle.
Halo Wars 2 offers thrilling multiplayer modes, allowing you to wage war on a variety of maps.
Halo War 2 Day One patch
The first players who got their hands on the game report that Halo War 2 also comes with a 2.8 GB Day One Patch. Surprisingly, downloading and installing it takes quite a lot of time, despite using a high-speed Internet connection.
What the eff happened to allowing games to preload the day one updates? Launch the game on Xbox one and BOOM day one update.
It loads the first GB pretty dang fast (I got fast internet) but now it’s going maybe 5-10Mbps on account of their servers being slammed.
What the hell Microsoft?!
Other players report that despite having preloaded the game, they still have a 24.05 GB update waiting in line.
According to reports, the Halo War 2 Day One patch fixes numerous issues found in the last beta to offer a better gaming experience.
Have you downloaded the Day One Patch? How did the download process go for you? Did you encounter any other bugs apart from the slow download issue? Use the comment section below to tell us more about your experience.
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