Star Vault Forced To Roll Back Mortal Online 2 After Dropping Patch Yesterday
It seems the patch had some rather nasty results.
Star Vault is still working on those fixes for Mortal Online 2 – and currently fixing some of those fixes. Yesterday, the company dropped a patch intended to fix some of the issues they’ve had since the game launched. Unfortunately, the patch seemed to do more harm than good, even – according to one Reddit poster – deleting guilds. To fix this issue, the company has decided to roll the game back, something that was announced in the game’s Discord channel by community manager Robmo.
As noted, the rollback is only for the 24 hour period after the game’s server went down. Once they’ve completed the rollback all progress will have been reverted, including Nave and Haven. The reasoning they give is that the problems “were deep”. While the rollback is necessary and better than things like having guilds spontaneously disappear, there are downsides. For one thing, players that created a character during the 24 hour period in question will have to do so again. On the less terrible end, if you deleted a character during that period. It’s back. But that should be easy enough to take care of.
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