06/06/2012 05:40 PMPosted by VasadanThe devs will not see it, or fix it, if it is in this section.
Just so you know, the developers do not read the Bug Report section of the forums. However, I am always in direct contact with them.
We are planning several performance fixes for the upcoming 1.0.3 that should hopefully fix (or alleviate) issues like these.
Haven't played this game in a month due to this issue, and quite frankly, if it goes unattended in 1.04, I will be readjusting my normally "take it sight unseen" approach to purchasing Blizzard titles going forward.
The FB posts by the project leads reported this morning surrounding the comments made by David Brevik are a prime example of the dysfunction present in the current Blizz culture. It saddens me to see a rebuttal of "you smell" caliber given back to a concise, and largely non-offensive critique.
Especially when their title didn't have deal breaking flaws like rubber banding, microstutter, balance issues that force you into a broken market etc etc...
Just read the following from incgamers, source here:
At the bottom is says:
It is possible for certain machines to experience “stuttering” when all of the game’s assets are fully loaded. Our testing has concluded on this issue and Blizzard hopes to have this resolved in a future patch.
I dont know where incgamers gets their info, and im too tired to look into it atm, but I know it's a held to be accurate for the most part.
So nuts, not this patch, but if the info's correct, they've determined the cause and are making a fix, to be deployed independently... ideally this means it'll be deployed when it's ready, but there's not enough information to draw this conclusion.
At least they know what's going on and perhaps we'll see a fix sooner rather than later.
yea it only took them 3 months to even acknowledge that there was an issue that completely breaks the game for many people. Im 100% sure that theyll get right on it.
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