Launching with barely any content or with lot of broken features, this year many games were released and these games managed to disappoint and underwhelm the players. Few of them were with the massive budgets and also best development team but they can’t stop the games from tripping and falling on their face once they hit the market.
With the end of 2014, we have the list of most epic fail games were released, have a look at the list below and don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Elder Scrolls Online:
The Elder Scrolls is buggy. Surprise, surprise. It seems that Bethesda is determined to hang on to everything it’s known for, including the bugs. Switching between camera modes, going from the water to the land, and opening a menu were just some of the places bugs popped up. Zenimax, the company behind the online aspect of ESO, decided to use “megaservers,” instead of a group of servers for each region. This leads to massive lag problems, especially in PvP.
Many players found themselves unable to use abilities, or even move, simply because the server couldn’t handle the amount of information being processed. The game is not that really enjoyable according to some players in the starting stages. You will be swinging that word and doing a lot of blocking in the opening levels with overcrowded dungeons and lack-luster engagements only scratching the surface of its shortcomings, most people admit it made them long for the days of Skyrim.