Sony has revealed details of two patches it's working on for the popular multiplayer PS3 airborne shooter, Warhawk.
According game director Dylan Jobe, "We've been working on a lot of fixes, server-side updates and client patches. Because let's face it, while the team and I were really happy with our launch and players around the globe were having a blast playing, there were some problems that players encountered once we rolled the game out to the masses (stats, connection issues, etc). I'm not going to sugar coat that with a strawberry-flavored, pink, PR candy shell - it's the truth.
"All of that said, we've been hard at work to address the big issues that our Warhawk community currently is experiencing. We have already addressed the majority of our stats-related issues with the deployment of a few server-side updates. These were updates that we rolled out 'on our end' without any of the players having to download an actual Warhawk patch. These updates also fixed many of the connection issues. But not all."
Remaining updates will be delivered as a downloadable patch. "The first update, the v1.1 patch, addresses the critical issues with stats and connectivity. Those two points were the focus of this patch and while they may seem small, they had a huge impact on our player base," explained Jobe.
This should be around by the end of October.
More Warhawk update info here.