eFootball 2022 v1.0.0 Update Postponed, PES 2021 In-Game Content Added

As one of the most negatively received games of the year, eFootball 2022 has received a lot of backlash from the community. The game has gotten such negative reviews that the developers found it difficult to push out updates as it would have not made much of a difference. Regardless of the updates pushed out to address the problems, the game continued to gather a bad reputation. This is why the upcoming update v1.0.0 had to be postponed.

eFootball, prior to its release, was amongst the most highly anticipated of games that would be coming out this year. However, the game had a very underwhelming release due to various issues and bugs, especially with the graphics. In this post, we will cover the latest news regarding the game and what the future holds for it.

eFootball 2022 v1.0.0 Update Postponed

As the game continues to get bad reviews on steam, developers have taken notice of it and have decided to delay the upcoming update that was supposed to fix these issues. According to the official Twitter post, the devs have stated that ” We sincerely apologize for not being able to meet your expectations on this matter.”

The post continued and the devs added, “Regarding eFootball™ 2022, the team is fully committed to working on the major update (v1.0.0) to make sure it meets the quality that you deserve. Still, that doesn’t mean that you should be deprived of enjoying the current version, so we will continue to hold in-game events.”

PES 2021 In-Game Content Added

Although it’s not all bad news as with the postponement of the update, the developers have also released in-game content for PES 2021. According to the tweet, the developer said that they want to ensure that players get to enjoy the game to its full extent and that is why they are to:

  • Send 2,000 myClub Coins to all users that complete the tutorial by 02/12/2021 02:00 (UTC)
  • Resume Matchday events (this began on 11/11)

We can certainly appreciate a developer that recognizes their shortcomings and works towards fixing them. However, what this means for the game in the future? Only time will tell.

What do you think is in store for eFootball 2022? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Taaha Muffasil
Content Creator by profession, video game enthusiast by passion, Taaha has spent a long time writing engaging blogs for the entertainment niches and an even longer time behind a computer screen trying out every title that comes out.

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