- Sep 28, 2009
Actually, they've generally stuck to their release dates since the start of EA. It's only the last couple of patches that have seen significant delays, but so what? If something is broken and not ready for release, then it should absolutely be delayed. The state of the aforementioned patches shows what happens when you rush to throw things out the door in an unfinished, untested state.You always add a few days to whatever release schedule Reiza gives.
Do we want a Nords that we can actually drive on and enjoy from day one, or a Nords where we clip through the track and barriers, and runs like crap on even the latest supercomputer because it hasn't had an optimisation pass?