Elite: Dangerous is now available for Mac, but if you’ve already bought your copy, you may want to consider swapping it out for a copy of the game for your platform of choice. Elite: Dangerous is a space sim from the makers of Elite and its sequel, Frontier, which were widely praised for their design and attention to detail. But it appears some Mac owners may have experienced some technical issues with the game.
Frontier CEO David Braben has apologized to customers who have been experiencing issues with Elite Dangerous: the game’s servers have crashed, leaving many players unable to play the game. Frontier Entertainment, which publishes Elite Dangerous, says that it has restored a number of servers, but as of October 20, many customers are still having connectivity issues. The company is in the process of investigating further and has already taken action to restore a number of services. “We’d like to apologise for the longer than expected downtime experienced by Frontier Access and the other services that we provide to our community,” CEO David Braben said in a statement to Polygon. “The team is working hard on restoring full service, and I’d like to thank the community for their patience
David Braben, CEO and founder of Frontier Developments, would like to apologize to the general public for Elite:. Dangerous Player BaseDangerous for the excessive launch of the Odyssey expansion, which at the time of writing is still struggling with various issues preventing an active launch. First of all, I would like to offer my sincere apologies to those who have suffered from these problems. I want to assure you that we take these issues very seriously and they are our top priority, Braben wrote. I want to thank you all for your patience and support. TheElite Dangerouscommunity has always been the heart of the game. We understand that a number of players are experiencing access and gameplay issues, and I can assure you that we are working to improve the situation for those affected, and we will keep you regularly and openly updated on the resolution of these issues. As for bug fixes, a second patch was applied to the game yesterday that should further fix Orange Sidewinder bugs, improve stability and fix various bugs. Recently, the developers also allowed the relocation of fleet carriers from the system, which, as readers will recall, had been temporarily disabled in the interest of stabilizing game servers. Carriers have been warned that there may be a delay between jumps. With that in mind, many players are reporting on Twitter that the Orange Sidewinder bugs are still popping up, among other problems. Frontier has indicated in pair of answers only that the developers are still working on a solution for this particular Hydra. As for the community, there’s a small bombardment of reviews on Steam, and in the subreddit you’ll find bugshots, a few screenshots with Vista scores, some helpful tips, and even at least one profession that’s fun despite the launch bugs. View