After the lackluster response — to say the least — of NASCAR 21: Ignition, Motorsport Games has released multiple statements addressing the various issues plaguing the game.
The first came from Motorsport Games President Stephen Hood via his Twitter account.
“At Motorsport Games, we pride ourselves in the work we put out,” he said in his Twitter post. “We know there are issues that must be fixed and we will continue to work with the development teams and our studios until our efforts meet your expectations. Thank you for the support and patience.”
In a separate post on the official account of the game, the team emphasized its commitment to improving the game moving forward. The biggest from the statement was the reveal that a second patch is already in review for all platforms, and “should be available very soon”.
There’s even a third patch already in development to address even more concerns.
Thank you for being part of our early access launch day for #NASCARignition!
We have received reports of a number of issues in the current release and are actively working on updates to resolve these issues and improve the game experience for everyone as quickly as possible. pic.twitter.com/CgFye3uVyn
— NASCAR 21: Ignition (@NASCARignition) October 26, 2021
Since copies started going out to various members of the media and YouTubers, issues have ranged from game-breaking to annoying. Nevertheless, there are a lot of problems needing to be addressed before anyone could recommend NASCAR 21: Ignition.
As these updates are made public, we’ll be sure to test them out and update you all with the latest feedback.
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