F1 Manager 2022: support ended two months after launch, players are furious

F1 Manager 2022: support ended two months after launch, players are furious

F1 Manager 2022

The developers of Frontier have announced that post-launch support for F1 Manager 2022 will end with the launch of the next patch, so just two months after the game's launch on PC and consoles, with the studio focusing its efforts "entirely on new ones. projects ".

The decision was made, according to what was communicated by the study, to "ensure that the next projects linked to the F1 Manager brand realize their potential". As we know Frontier has obtained a license to make 4 managerial games based on Formula 1.

A sensible goal under normal conditions, that is after a lasting and complete support, but in the case of F1 Manager 2022 we are talking about a published game at the end of August and still plagued by numerous bugs and gameplay mechanics to be reviewed, as can also be seen from the Steam reviews of the game.

"The next update for F1 Manager 2022 will be the last significant update in response to player feedback or suggested changes and additions, "reads Frontier's Reddit post.

" Any other updates that follow will be a minor patch that won't make any significant gameplay changes. future F1 Manager projects realize their potential and meet the expectations of both our team and the community, the focus of the development team must shift completely to successful projects vi to F1 Manager 2022, after this upcoming update. "

As expected, the players have not welcomed the news and are harshly criticizing the work of the Frontier team on social networks and in the official F1 subreddit Manager 2022. Many users say they will not purchase the next game in the series, while others are already trying to get a refund from their referral platform.

F1 Manager 2022 was released on PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S on August 25th. In our review of the Frontier managerial we state:

"The expectations for the new F1 management were high, but they were only partially met. F1 Manager 2022 is a good starting point to work on (the developer has acquired a four-year license), but still decidedly immature in content, especially as regards the more strictly managerial part. "

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