Long Way Away 4’s Map Editor Will Lack Support for Competitive Multi-player Levels Upon Launch Long Way Away 4
A few days before its launch, it’s says Long Way Away 4 will not support competitive multi-player levels being an option.
Ubisoft and it is creative director Alex Hutchinson have both confirmed the map editor for approaching Long Way Away 4 title will not be supporting competitive multi-player levels upon launch in a few days.
Hutchinson described that because of the game’s budget and concerns using the timing so soon before release, some features wound up not making the cut, and also the competitive play is one.
Hutchinson commented concerning the missing feature:
“We attempt very difficult to offer the map making community, believe me. But you will find milions of players who take part in the campaign only.”
As a result of the Long Way Away 4 news, a forum thread has accrued 131 pages of voiced disappointments one of the series’ fans. Numerous commenters within the thread required particular problem with the truth that previous Long Way Away games incorporated the amount in the get-go, yet this latest installment is going to be not having.
However, despite the possible lack of competitive multi-player levels for that initial launch, Hutchinson reassured fans of the chance that it might be added later on via a publish-release update from the game.
“We are likely to keep supporting the sport so hopefully we are able to take action publish release. No promises but we’ll try.”
Without or with competitive play, Long Way Away 4 launches on November 18, and it’ll be accessible for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 Console, Xbox One, and PC. Hopefully, Ubisoft can give you the demand later on.