Wuthering Waves developers promise to fix poor localization and performance – info on potential patch, known bugs and general improvements

Player feedback is what keeps games good as they’re later launched, and it’s encouraging to see Wuthering Waves respond to so many concerns so quickly. Less than 24 hours after the launch of WuWa, Kuro Games promised to fix many things in the game, including localization quality, which initially turned off many players.

Wuthering Waves developers plan to fix a list of known issues

Wuthering Waves launched with plenty of bugs and cut corners, but Kuro notes how they’ve identified some pressing issues and heard your flood of suggestions in the past 24 hours. Below are some of the things you can expect to be fixed in a future patch:

  • The “Login Timeout” issue while trying to log in to the game
  • Age authentication errors
  • Need to sign in again when restarting the game on PC
  • Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) crashes
  • Compatibility issues with some Android devices
  • Placement quality
  • Performance issues (specifically those related to FPS)

As fans ourselves, we also hope to see these fixed sooner rather than later. If you encounter a bug yourself, you can report it directly to Kuro and get it noticed as soon as possible.

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