Head Producer, David Nadal has confirmed that a patch is now available for gamers in the U.S. that fixes some of the issues brought up by the community. A patch for the European Xbox 360 and PS3 versions is expected shortly.
Via the official forums, Nadal writes:
"Thanks to TDU2's dedicated community, Eden Studios has been able to identify and address connectivity and DLC issues that some players experienced at launch and we are working around the clock to continue optimizing the game. As with many large multiplayer and MMO launches, the initial rush of new players into the game revealed a variety of issues that are now mostly addressed. Based on our interaction with the community, most of you should be able to play the game without issues. We value the feedback and will continue addressing issues around the clock. Thanks for your support and we'll see you in Ibiza."
Some of the reported problems at launch include screen freezing, the inability to challenge a player online, and corrupt save game files. Eden Games says that staff have been pulled away from other projects to concentrate on bringing the game up to scratch as soon as possible. Shouldn't they have done this before launch?