Smartphone game launched on March 19 with bugs hindering accessibility
Nippon Ichi Software and ForwardWorks apologized in a post on Friday for the continued unplayability of their Makai Senki Disgaea RPG smartphone game. The two companies stated that the game needs major repairs and estimate that the repairs and testing will take more than three months.
The companies explained that after they launched the game on March 19, many players experienced bugs with the game, and the companies immediately performed maintenance on the game. However, players were unable to progress equally because of errors, keeping some players from being able to play and missing out on login bonuses and campaigns. The staff stated that once service on the game is officially relaunched, Nippon Ichi Software and ForwardWorks will completely reset all player data.
The companies have pulled the game from both Apple‘s App Store and the Google Play store.
The companies announced the game at Nippon Ichi Software‘s 25th anniversary event in July 2018. The basic game is be free to play, with some charges inside the app.
Source: ForwardWorks via Hachima Kikō