With eFootball 2022, Konami has apparently got into trouble. Not only does the game have numerous bugs and issues, but fixing them seems problematic.
Things are not going well for Konami’s eFootball 2022. The free-to-play game, which will replace the venerable PES series in the future, offered more bankruptcies, bad luck and mishaps than said TV show in all episodes when it was released.
At least patch 0.9.1 has now been released, which is supposed to fix at least some of the problems, but the planned major update 1.0.0 is now being postponed, and juicy. The update was supposed to be released on November 11th, but Konami has now postponed the date to spring 2022 on the grounds that the team needs more time for all necessary improvements.
In addition, Konami has canceled all pre-orders for the planned eFootball 2022 Premium Player Pack, as this will only be usable after the update. The purchase prices should be automatically reimbursed. The Player Pack should now only appear when the entire content of the game has been checked after the 1.0.0 update. EFootball 2022 for iOS and Android will also be postponed; these versions are also due to appear in spring 2022.
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