Get a Free Gift to Compensate - Crema Postpones Valentamers' Day Event

The event was scheduled to begin today, but at the last minute, Cream had to postpone it up until next year. There was a severe bug that made rewards unobtainable. This, naturally, would seriously impact an occasion, and wouldn't exactly leave the very best impression if things simply didn't work and the guaranteed goodies and rewards were unattainable.

The group's latest updates added some brand-new improvements to the dye system, and dealt with a number of crashes on Nintendo Switch. Those crashes were due to memory problems, and they have actually optimized the video game to help reduce crashing and enhance performance.


Tested has needed to scrap its set up first-ever Valentines Day occasion due to a serious bug. The occasion will be postponed and Cream is providing a present to help make up for the modification.

The occasion was set up to begin this week, however at the last moment, Cream had to postpone it till next year. Console certification would've taken up to numerous weeks, which for this occasion, would've been nearly the whole occasions worth of time to fix. Cream also noted that 1.3 is coming, so they require to prioritize that update certification and couldn't simply throw off the whole timing for one occasion.

In announcing the post movement, the group said sorry for not being able to bring the occasion as arranged to those who had actually been anticipating it. But they are offering a unique gift, the Love struck Seal that they had prepared to give away during the occasion. There is a special code to get that seal, VLNT-WITH-WAIT-SRRY, if you're a Tested player.

The reason that the event needed to be ditched completely and delayed till next year, when the theming would be timely again, is because of the method the bug would've needed to be resolved. To find this major a bug would have required a client spot, and that presented some concerns.

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With Tested being a multiplatform release, this implies that client patches need certification to be okayed for platforms. Console certification would've used up to a number of weeks, which for this event, would've been almost the whole events worth of time to repair. Cream likewise kept in mind that 1.3 is coming, so they require to prioritize that update certification and couldn't just shake off the whole timing for one event.