After unanimous complains regarding the glitches in the Ultra Street Fighter IV on Play Station 4 Sony promises updates will follow on Twitter.
The launch of the highly anticipated Ultra Street Fighter IV has not been smooth and users have complained about numerous commands. The series of problems reported by customers range from input lag, shoddy netcode, glitches, a start screen that refers to a button on the controller that doesn't exist and numerous other issues. However Sony recently announced on Twitter it will be sending a new update for the game on Play Station by next week.
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Although Sony failed to reveal what exactly will be the nature of the upgrade it is supposed to address all the problems currently being faced in Ultra Street Fighter IV. Some users have claimed the glitches all disappear as soon as the game is completely installed but others claim even full installation does not eliminate all the problems.
Ultra Street Fighter IV update: PS4 patch expected to land next week, we’ll keep you posted on details. Thanks for your patience!— PlayStation (@PlayStation) May 30, 2015
Previously it was announced the Play station 4 processor system will be used for the Evo 2015 event which will take place in July however the co-founder of the tournament Joey Cuellar tweeted they are now ‘evaluating’ exactly which processor system to use.
It had seemed the combination of the PlayStation 4 will go perfectly with the ultra-iteration of the Street Fighter 4 and Sony along with Capcom had pushed for the release since the Evo 2015 tournament was just around the corner. As luck would have it the entire endeavour has turned out to be a disaster full unexpected of player complaints.
The most significant complaint lodged by users is the bad quality of the graphics on the Ultra Street Fighter IV PS4 game. The navigation along with the graphics is so poor it seems like an old time webpage rather than a high tech gaming system like PS4.
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Source: PlayStation (Twitter)