This news shocked fans of the famous American football game Madden 23. The developer Electronic Arts announced to gamers that it would most likely be unable to "restore" up to 60% of the franchise's cloud saves. This unfortunate situation was caused by a server crash that prevented players from logging in during New Year's Eve, December 28th to 29th. Anyone who tried to do this in a given period could permanently lose their savings.
The company is trying to calm the outraged fans somehow. In particular, the developers noted that "40 percent of the leagues will be restored," but this is certainly not enough for gamers. In particular, players are outraged by the fact that the support team strongly advised them to log in during the first server problems. But it is now clear that this was a bad idea. The developers are actively trying to fix the issues, but despite their best efforts, only some things can be recovered.
As we know, an updated schedule for restoring saved files from a backup will be posted next week. Gamers are offered to play again, and they promise that there will be no such problems in the future. There is no mention of any compensation for the victims. But, everything is still ahead because there was a lot of dissatisfied feedback from the players.
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