Basement Crawl: Low-rated PS4 title will be updated


One of the lowest-rated games for PS4 is Basement Crawl. The developer, who is Bloober Team has promised to fix the issues.

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In an interview with GameSpot, Bloober Team’s Marc Colhoun has apologized to people that purchased the game, and said that his team will be providing an update for the title.

“The game was a mess for both you and us.”

“Usually, what you will see at this point is a lot of marketing talk and maybe a patch. Rather than accepting defeat on this and issuing a patch that kinda fixes this or kinda improves that, we have decided to just come out and explain to you where we are right now and what we plan to do. We have been rebuilding the game, completely from scratch and on a new engine.”

“We don’t want to come out and say that this [new version] is going to be 10/10 GoTY, but just a way for us to regain the trust of gamers. We also really don’t want anyone to think that this is some kind of quick money grab. So, we will be giving this game for free to people who bought the original game. This is our priority, to ensure that we give you what you expected from us. To do this we are getting in touch with as many people as we can that bought the game to get feedback and help ensure that you guys are just as much part of the process as we are.”

I find it interesting that a developer would say they’re sorry for releasing a bad game, but at least they plan to fix the problems.

There’s a chance the game will see better improvements and at least be worth playing.

You can leave a comment below with your thoughts on this, and if you plan to get the new version when its released.

[H/T: GameSpot]