Twisted Metal dropping issues to be addressed this week

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 28 February 2012 14:11 GMT

David Jaffe has taken to his blog to discuss last week’s update to Twisted Metal as well as network connection issues and issues with dropping games. He said the team is continuing to work on the network issues and the player dropping issue – which is a server-end problem he said. Another patch is coming this week. Jaffe also posted a Q&A created by a Twitter follower of his which should help folks stop having network connection issues if the tutorial posted applies to your specific issue. Watch the video below, in which he also discusses XP tuning, skins, a website update, “plus a bit more.”

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