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By Tim Colwill on April 29, 2013 at 10:35 am
The long-awaited SimCity 2.0 patch has apparently caused massive sewerage overflows, with many users reporting citizens being continually hospitalised due to, well, pooping at a volume far beyond what their tiny bodies should be capable of.
Other bugs have also been reported, including loading screen lockups, buildings that won’t finish construction, and high levels of regional air pollution drifting in from empty regions. While traffic issues from emergency vehicle navigation have been fixed, other issues have arisen including traffic jams from mysterious taxi cabs appearing out of nowhere.
Maxis have issued a statement on their forums stating that players are “eager for more” fixes, and announcing that they’re working on a number of the current issues. “We are continuing to improve the traffic simulation, and decrease the need for rollbacks,” reads the statement.
EA recently revealed that people who purchased certain Oral-B and Crest brand products would get exclusive SimCity DLC — something that we found quite unbelievable, given the current state of the game. Read our thoughts here.