Eden Games apologies for Test Drive Unlimited 2 issues; offers free DLC
Test Drive Unlimited 2 has only been out for a few weeks now, but it has been plagued with numerous bugs and issues, all of which you can read about in our official review.
Atari and Eden Games are aware of the issues and have been working hard to remedy the situation as quickly as possible. They have now issued an official response, stating that the PC version has been fixed and that a console patch should arrive shortly. They are also offering the first premium DLC for free as a thank you to fans for being so patient.
To the TDU2 community,
Thank you for your continued support and feedback. Our community has been amazing and helped us quickly identify a number of issues, which we have made significant progress in addressing in the upcoming patches.
We really appreciate your patience in this matter and we would like to announce that we will be making the first premium DLC for the game free for everybody as a way of saying thank you.
The Exploration Pack contains new wrecks to be discovered that unlock the Lancia Stratos version Rallye and 1969 Dodge Charger.
We now have fixes for all of the following issues that have already gone live on PC and will follow shortly once patches are approved by Microsoft and Sony, respectively.
*Logging into the game has been improved
*Once into the game the online network experience is now much more stable in all areas
*Save games no longer corrupt
*Existing corrupted save games will be repaired in many cases
*Friends lists are now populated
*Invites now work correctly
*Clubs have been brought back online
*Exploits to gain money have been fixed
*Casino access has been improved
*Players will no longer lose money because of the Casino bug
The team spends a great deal of time looking at community feedback, so please keep posting your comments to the official TDU2 forums and we look forward to seeing you in Ibiza.
The TDU2 Development Team
While it’s nice to see a kind gesture such as free DLC being offered, this is something that shouldn’t have happened in the first place. For you Test Drive fans out there, is this a satisfactory response or should something else be done? Let us know in the comments!