If you were hoping to enjoy the new upcoming Sea of Thieves’ Forsaken Shores DLC which was expected to arrive tomorrow on September 19th, 2018. You may be a little disappointed to learn that developers RARE have now pushed the release date back until September 27th, 2018 due to a memory issue that was causing clients to crash.
RARE explains more about the problem and a resolution to the situation.
“Our priority is to ensure we deliver a stable, polished and bug-free experience that all our players can enjoy. We have just had a weekend of Pioneer testing, which has highlighted a memory issue in the build, which is resulting in an unstable build where a large number of our Pioneers were experiencing crashes. From our investigations this is a complex issue that we are working through solving, but as such we do not feel in a position to release Forsaken Shores to our players with confidence this week.
Our goal this week is to resolve the memory issue and get enough Pioneer coverage so that we are confident we have resolved the issue, prior to releasing to all of our players. As such, we are moving the release of Forsaken Shores to Thursday 27th September. This will give us time to implement fixes, test, and get builds out to Pioneers to gain confidence.
We appreciate your understanding with this change in our release plans. I know this will be disappointing, but I resolutely believe this is the right decision. We are committed to giving everyone the best Forsaken Shores release experience, and this will enable that.”
Source: SoTFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News, Xbox