Starting from today, New world The team will officially begin the Great February Bug Hunt. Less events means more cleanup, event is live now and ends tomorrow at 7pm EST / 4pm pacific looking for any currently unacknowledged bugs that group can solve.
This “hunt” will be there for players to file bug reports about any issues they can find. If the team can reproduce the bugs and add them to the list of issues they need to fix, players who report them will receive special recognition on the forum. If you’d like to participate, you’ll be able to submit your articles for bug reports in a special forum thread. The latest update for New world focused on fixing bugs and addressing player concerns and fixing some of the issues that appeared in previous updates. The team openly discussed the difficulties caused by some of the previous updates as well as some of the changes affected by the inclusion of some older code for features removed in the final release. .
If you are interested in helping the community and development groups, you can log in and see what you can find. If you’ve been playing recently and there are some problems that are bothering you, now is the time to pay attention to them. The team will also confirm and post a list of known bugs reported by the community, so you’ll know which ones are on their list to continue working on.
On a related note, an earlier bug that affected housing taxes this month, received a compensation bonus. Those who find their tax revenue shorted due to an impact hit their earnings between February 3rd and 13th, the February update will leave a settlement in their corporate wallet. Friend. As a sign of appreciation and apology, the amount awarded will be slightly higher than what you actually lost.
For more details on this award, check out the update here New world.
https://www.mmorpg.com/news/new-world-team-invites-you-to-the-great-february-bug-hunt-issues-compensation-for-lost-housing-taxes-2000124435 New World Team invites you to February’s Great Bug Hunt, which tackles compensation for lost housing taxes