Playtime misses release day due to server issues

Mob Entertainment’s Poppy Playtime multiplayer spinoff title Project: Playtime missed its announced release date due to server issues.

mob entertainment poppy playtime multiplayer Spinoff Titles, Project: Playtimehas missed its announced release date due to server issues. Project: Playtime is the developer’s first multiplayer title and should see players band together as they return to the Playtime Co. factory to uncover more mysteries and face all-new toy monsters, like the recently revealed Boxy Boo.

Mob Games had previously announced a December 6 release date Project: Playtime with a first look trailer last month but a tweet from the official Project: Playtime The Twitter account confirmed at the end of the day that the developer would miss its release date. The quoted announcement “Server backend issues” as the reason the title wasn’t running, stating that the programming team has been working non-stop to get the game into players’ hands as quickly as possible. At this time, there’s no word on how long it will be until these problems are fixed or when Project: PlaytimeThe new release date of will be.


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Project: Playtime’s unexpected delay has caused a mixed reaction

A shot of Boxy Boo's Jumpscare from the Project Playtime cinematic trailer.

The announcement has divided Project: Playtime‘s fan base, with gamers understandably upset after waiting a full day for the title to launch before the developer issued a statement. Some fans referred Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security breach‘s flawed launch when they said they’d rather work on fixing the title than release a broken or unfinished product, and understood there was the potential for more bugs considering this was the first multiplayer Title of MOB is.

Other fans have been vocal in criticizing the developer’s time and project management and commenting on the Twitter announcement. One of those comments pointed this out Project: PlaytimeThe release window of was “December 2022‘ until some very recent trailers gave the date, and that the title should be thoroughly tested to pick up on these issues before making an official release announcement.

While fans are understandably disappointed with the delay, it’s unclear what server errors MOB Games encountered while trying to release poppy playtime spin off. Hopefully it won’t be too long before the players face each other Project: Playtime‘s Boxy Boo and the other new scares it has in store, as the developers have made it clear that they are working to fix the issues as soon as possible.

More: Poppy Playtime fans can’t decide on Boxy Boo

Sources: Project: Playtime/Twitter, Mob Entertainment/YouTube Playtime misses release day due to server issues

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