Verdun bugs on the Xbox One: game freezes, server issues, and more
Verdun is now available on the Xbox One. The game is set in World War One and offers a unique battlefield experience, immersing you into intense battles of attack and defense. As its name suggests, Verdun takes place on the western front between 1914 and 1918.
The game offers 4 distinct game-modes: Frontlines, Attrition, Rifle Deathmatch, and Squad Defense. They all feature historically accurate elements such as realistic WW1 weaponry, authentic uniforms, horrendous gore, and more.
At the same time, many players report that the game is affected by various technical issues, limiting the gaming experience.
Verdun reported bugs
Players report that the AI has a strange behavior, oftentimes running past them instead of attacking them.
make it possible to have fun and be playable. I don’t reccomend this game at all unless you prefer historical accuracy over fun then i give it 5 out of 5. The multiplayer servers are hard to get into if you don’t have 3 other friends to work with and most of the time are barely occupied with players. The offline mode is even worse as the AI is too stupid to shoot its gun most of the time and will often run right past you. This game sucks…
Server connection issues
Players also report that establishing server connection takes an awful lot of time. Moreover, sometimes the connection suddenly drops, forcing them out of the game.
“Unable to create/join Photon Cloud Session” *kicked to main menu* Successfully joined maybe 5 matches since release but I’ve seen that message over 100 times already. Unacceptable. What a disappointment.
Other players report that the connectivity is so bad that enemies at range disappear and reappear constantly.
It appears that controlling your character is a challenging task in itself. Sometimes the game doesn’t respond to commands, and aiming is almost impossible.
The controller mapping sucks and it feels like you are playing a PS2 game cause the movement is so stiff. and the aiming is atrocious
Lag and delays
Many players suggest that Verdun is poorly optimized for the Xbox One. There’s a constant lag in combat moves which severely reduces the game’s fluidity.
While very fun when it works, the game is VERY poorly optimized for the XB1. […] A bit like launch era BF4 in terms of glitchiness, and the feel of combat is delayed and janky. I especially don’t like how lag can heavily effect how a player must be shot at to be hit. […] Overall, I’m a bit disappointed right off the bat.
Graphics quality needs a boost
Many players also suggest that the game really needs a face-lift. They report that the graphics are outdated, and don’t look at all modern.
The graphics could also use a nice face-lift, which optimization should help make possible.
Players also complain about game crashes, but the good news is that such events occur rather rarely.
Very good game on the pc. But on the xbox this game is horrible. […] the game crashes consistantly, matches just start when they want to, gameplay just suddenly seizes and takes minutes to unfreeze.
These are the most frequent bugs reported by players. Despite this long list of issues, most Xbox One owners are satisfied with the game. Verdun displays a score of 4.2 in the Store and we’re sure its developers will further improve it in the coming weeks.
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