Remastered version of XIII, The cult FPS from 2003 started earlier this month and the reception is not shining.Now it has Overwhelmingly negative rating on Steam, Positive user reviews are only 9%. These reviews, and comments elsewhere on the Internet, mention a number of issues with AI, framerate, audio, non-functional multiplayer, and common bugs, but also focus on art style. I am. What was advertised as “a new artistic direction that respects the original work and its iconic cell shading design” is instead called “like Fortnite.”
The visuals of the # XIII remake are pretty disappointing. They completely removed the style of comic books and chose something like Fortnite. It’s not attractive. pic.twitter.com/RFiAUJlGeKNovember 10, 2020
Developer PlayMagic and publisher Microids have issued a joint statement“The release version didn’t live up to expectations and listened out loud, revealing legitimate criticism and disappointment,” he said. They apologize for the technical issue and continue, “In the current state, XIII does not meet our quality standards, so we fully understand the player’s frustration.”
Many fixes for the XIII issue seemed to have been planned as part of the first day patch, but the statement accused the lack of a COVID-19 pandemic, saying, “Pandemic is a lot of levels in game production. I was influenced by. “
List of Known issues that will be addressed in future patches Includes NPC AI issues, stability in certain areas, lack of SFX and music, early termination voice lines, and more. However, the way the remastered visuals aren’t as enthusiastic about comic art as the original seems to be a deliberate creative choice and isn’t likely to be fixed in a patch.
The joint statement ends by notifying players that a roadmap for new content, including multiplayer, is in progress. “Finally, know that we’re working on a detailed roadmap that highlights future free additions to game content, including new levels, weapons, and local multiplayer skins and modes.”
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