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Hunt: Showdown event extended as Crytek apologises for bugs

Hunt: Showdown was making headlines for the wrong reasons earlier this week. The game recently received its latest content update and major event, but unfortunately, players encountered major issues after the patch, but Crytek is looking to address the situation. 

Following the Traitor's Moon event, Crytek has issued a statement, apologising for the issues present, and announcing an extension to the event so nobody misses out on limited time rewards.

“We understand that there have been several issues that have prevented some of you from comfortably participating in the event (server issues, bugs and for console the sensitivity issues). These have all been very frustrating and we understand the impact that the downtimes and issues have had for many of you”, Crytek wrote.

“As of now, we are extending the event until April 18th to allow those that have been impacted by this some extra time to complete as much of the event as possible. We are also aware that some of you may have lost out on boosts due to the downtime, so we are currently in the process of determining how to best compensate for these. We will keep you updated once we know more.”

In a patch that began rolling out yesterday, several bugs and exploits were fixed, including one that allowed players to be killed multiple times in a game. Due to this bug, Crytek is also reverting the recorded kills of players who abused this to inflate their K/D ratio.

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