We witnessed one of the worst launches in Xbox history in the form of the free-to-play PES replacement eFootball 2022 last month, and Konami has now promised to begin to fix its many issues in a patch later this October.
In a message on social media, the development team "apologised for any inconveniences" so far, and explained that the 0.9.1 version of eFootball 2022 would arrive as an update on all platforms on October 28.
As you can see from the message above, the focus for this patch is on "fixing the issues already reported", which most likely means trying to iron out the many bugs and visual glitches that have cropped up across the web.
The game is also in very much of a demo state right now, which means it's lacking many different teams, modes and settings options. The plan is to release more features in November, although we'd imagine this could be pushed back.
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