By now, Playstation fans might have been used to encountering issues after updating their beloved consoles still, it’s always frustrating when apart from adding new features, it adds a number of problems as well.
It is more disappointing when due to these issues something which you have been looking forward to has been delayed.
The recent PS4 firmware update 2.0 was the primary reason behind Evolve’s “Big Alpha” being delayed. However, the bugs that caused the delay have now been fixed.
PlayStation 4 owners will now be able to enjoy Evolve’s 4 vs 1 monster hunting gameplay, as the alpha has gone live on the system.
“We believe we have addressed the majority of known issues affecting the Evolve Big Alpha on PlayStation 4 following the PS4 2.0 firmware update,” 2K Games said.
But wait, there’s more good news, the alpha test has also been extended to Nov. 4. Not only on PlayStation 4 but on Xbox One and PC as well.
“The alpha test is now live on PS4 after a gradual roll out to registered participants. Evolve’s closed alpha test is also being extended on Xbox One, PC and PS4 through Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 3 p.m. ET.”
The alpha test was said to begin on October 31 for all announced platforms but the bug filled update delayed this test on PS4. However, the alpha started on Xbox One and PC as planned.
Buggy firmwares have been an issue for Sony for a while and now that they are generating more revenue from network services, it’s about time they improve it as well. Don’t you think?