Sony's Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta kicked off with a few problems yesterday - and despite Sony releasing a patch for the game, complaints continue to crop up.
Players have been pointing out freezing issues in particular, with many saying they've needed to reset their consoles during play, whilst others struggle to connect to the game's server. Matchmaking seems to be causing the most headaches.
Sony released patch 1.01 last night, but even after downloading it, gamers - particularly, it seems, in the UK - are still noting problems this evening.
However, Naughty Dog has just promised that help is at hand. Studio boss Christophe Balestra wrote on Twitter:
"We [have] found a problem with matchmaking a couple of hours ago and a fix is on its way. Today will be a better day. Thanks for your support :)"
Chill, people. It seems happy times are around the corner.
The multiplayer beta allows for Team Deathmatch, Three-Team Deathmatch, Free For All, Hardcore, and Co-Op Arena modes. Two maps are accessible, Chateau and Airstrip, but more will be unlocked over the course of the beta.
The gorgeous-looking Uncharted 3 will be released exclusively on PS3 in November.