EA launches fixes to repair 2.0 patch issues for SimCity
Posted: 28.04.2013 19:04 by Comments: 8
The 2.0 patch for SimCity intended to add the "Cheetah" game speed and other features and fixes has had its own bugs, and Electronic Arts has announced some new fixes will be released soon to repair them.

According to EA in a blog post, the following issues will be fixed:

Future Fixes

Issue: Some players experiencing higher than expected regional air pollution.

Status: Working on a fix.

Issue: Demolish issue that occurred when players demolished buildings that had service vehicles, delivery vehicles, or agents out in the city or region. Previously, the agents would be in a state of limbo and would not recover when new buildings of that type were placed.

Status: Fix works in newly created cities. Working on a fix for pre-existing cities.

Issue: High School buses stuck in neighboring cities.

Status: Working on a fix.

Issue: Reports of Game Crashes.

Status: Working on fixes.
Source: Polygon
Related games: SimCity (PC)


By danfreeman (SI Elite) on Apr 28, 2013
Keep trying guys,someday (never) you`ll be able to make this game playable(yeah right).
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Apr 28, 2013
It's perfectly playable..unfortunately it's just terrrible
By danfreeman (SI Elite) on Apr 29, 2013
Playable? Fallout New Vegas was more playable than this at launch.
By Paceydre (SI Member) on Apr 29, 2013
Let's come back in 2 years, seems it will take forever to change this Alpha product into Gold. EA Gaming Factory at Epic Fail, it's not yet All in the Game.
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Apr 29, 2013
Well no, it IS playable. There are no major bugs that affect the techical working of the game enough to make it stop working.

But it is hirribly broken from a DESIGN standpoint. It's just crap
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Apr 29, 2013
Version 2.0 already, and still "Working on a fix" is listed in 'Issues'. This poor, wretched orphan really needs to be withdrawn from sale, taken apart and another 12 months spent on it back in the design team's hands. That would be the only proactive and correct thing to do to save this potentially great title. 'Potential' doesn't do it sadly.
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on May 02, 2013
@danfreeman :) LOL, that Vegas comment made my morning!

Hat off to you Sir! :D