The CEO of Payday 3 Dev apologizes for the unstable launch of the online shooter

Heist with Friends had more than a few problems with the release of Payday 3, as server issues affected the shooter game yesterday, September 21st. Therefore, Starbreeze CEO Tobias Sjögren apologized on social media.

Sjogren posted on Twitter/X: “We are very sorry that the infrastructure did not meet expectations, and although it is impossible to prepare for every scenario, we should be able to do better.” According to the official Payday 3 account on Twitter/XThe online shooter experienced “slow matchmaking” on release day and was even unavailable at one point.

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Allerdings heute früher, Sagte Starbreeze“[W]Now we are confident to say that we are on the way back to full strength.” This time in the co-op shooter, players work together to carry out heists in New York City. Payday 3 is coming to PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S; it was also a day one launch for Xbox Game Pass. Earlier this week, the developer dropped the anti-piracy DRM Denuvo DRM for the game just days before release.

Starbreeze has big plans for Payday 3: four post-release DLCs have already been announced for the online shooter in its first year. Syntax Error will launch this winter as the first add-on for the game. The developer also wants to bring seasonal events, new characters and updated features to the game in the future.

For more information, check out everything we know about Payday 3. GameSpot also has you covered on how to save on Payday 3 for PC.

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