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Rising Star Games wants Deadly Premonition 2 players to know they’re “working on” those technical issues

The publisher of Deadly Premonition 2, Rising Star Games, has issued a statement to assure fans that the “development team are constantly working on” the beleaguered sequel.

In Eurogamer’s own review we revealed that “from a technical perspective, Deadly Premonition 2 is a disgrace”, adding “its frame rate could charitably be described as inconsistent, but out in the open world, it’s a migraine-inducing single-digit slideshow compounded by stutters and seconds-long hitches”.

In response to the numerous complaints about the technical performance of the Switch successor, Rising Star thanked players for all their “feedback” in a chipper tweet before adding: “We would like to officially clarify that the development team are constantly working on improving the title and patches are in the works”.

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