Transformers: Fall of Cybertron PC issues being ‘monitored’

Thursday, 30th August 2012 03:22 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron’s PC port apparently suffers a host of issues in the multiplayer department; Activision has acknolwedged user complaints and requested assistance in finding and resolving problems.

In a post on High Moon Studios’ blog, Activision said it is working with both High Moon and Mercenary Technologies, the team behind the PC port, to make improvements.

“We’ve seen some concerns from PC fans about the online experience and have been working hard with internal and external teams to address any issues,” the publisher said.

Activision notes that is has so far already caught a fixed a bug with PC host migration, and is hoping to push out a balancing patch soon; it’s already available on consoles.

“We are also monitoring the support web site very closely,” the publisher said, directing users to log any problems.

“Any users who have additional inquiries should visit this link and rest assured that we are looking at all user comments and questions,” it said.

Fall of Cybertron is also available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Thanks, Kotaku.



  1. TheWulf

    I personally thought the port was top notch. See, this is why needless bitching bothers me, because it could seem like no amount of effort will satisfy PC users. In fact, the port is so good that it plays way better on a mouse and keyboard than a pad. This is a stark opposite of some ports I’ve seen.

    They really did a great job with the menus as well, and the overall feel of the game is great. The framerates are brilliant, too, even on slightly lower-end machines. I’m not sure what people are complaining about, really.

    If we stop seeing Transformers PC ports because of needless complaints, I think I might have to murder someone. :|

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