Developer Aspyr Address Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection Launch Issues

The Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection released on March 14, and it has received almost nothing but negative responses from players. Now developer Aspyr is addressing the issues within the Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection in a statement on the studio’s support site.

“We’d like to thank the Battlefront community for their overwhelming support and feedback for the STAR WARS™  Battlefront Classic Collection release,” the company said.

“At launch, we experienced critical errors with our network infrastructure. The result was incredibly high ping, matchmaking errors, crashes, and servers not appearing in the browser. 

“Since launch, we’ve been working to address these issues and increase network stability, and we will continue our efforts until our network infrastructure is stabilized to prevent further outages.”

In the first 24 hours of the game, players have taken to the Steam reviews to voice their frustrations on the state of the game.

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“Was only able to join one Hero’s VS Villains match and the Hero’s side was completely broken,” on user posted. “No one could join the Hero’s team which resulted in no one to fight against. I figured this may have been just a BF2 issue so I hopped on over to play BF1 multiplayer. There’s 0 servers up for BF1. Wow.”

Another user said of the server problems: “After 2 hours they finally launched the servers, and they are TERRIBLE. Horrible ping, stuttering, and by tomorrow cheaters will be rampant.”

Right now there is no timetable on when the server issues within the game will be fixed.

Have you had any issues with the Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection or are you waiting for things to be fixed? For more Insider Gaming, check out the details on the latest update coming to Halo Infinite.

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