Payday 3 developer Starbreeze has released a statement to investors informing them that the game's server issues have been resolved and that the company now plans to "intensify commercial activity" surrounding the heist game. In short, server problems for Payday 3 have been fixed.
In the statement, Starbreeze said that the last planned maintenance on the game's servers was successful and "fixed the initial matchmaking issues." In this context, Starbreeze said that Payday 3 reached 125.254 concurrent players in the last five days. This is much lower than Payday 2's concurrent player record of 248.000. Starbreeze also added that 3.167 million people played Payday 3 in September.
Now that the issues have been resolved, Starbreeze now plans to restart “commercial operations” on Payday 3, which was “primarily suspended” due to the issues. Starbreeze also released a schedule showing Payday 3 players what they can expect in the coming months. This program includes more updates and a paid expansion, Syntax Error, coming this winter.
- October — 200 quality of life improvements for all platforms
- October/November — Quality of life improvements, new content and new functionality
- November — Quality of life improvements, new content and new functionality
- Winter 2023 — DLC “Syntax Error” is available. It is also included in the Silver and Gold editions of Payday 3.
Starbreeze CEO Tobias Sjögren thanked fans for their patience while the studio addressed issues with Payday 3 servers. “Our business model is a marathon, not a sprint, and we will continue to work tirelessly to further grow and improve Payday 3 to deliver the greatest possible value to our players,” he said.
Starbreeze also explained in more detail what it was doing to fix the issues. During the maintenance period on September 29, Starbreeze upgraded the game's software and hardware infrastructure with additional regional nodes. This will increase matching speed and create “more redundancy” for online services,” Starbreeze said.
Payday 3 is currently available on PlayStation, Xbox and PC. Game Pass subscribers on Xbox can play the game as part of the game.
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