Tower of Fantasy has cut server wait times and promises unnamed ‘punishments’ for cheaters


Hot new gacha game Tower of Fantasy garnered enough interest when it launched last week to give players the traditional warm welcome of long server queues with a special side of cursed graphical glitches. . Hotta Studio is now keeping players informed of bug fix reports, including server cap increases that should help reduce those queues this week.

“We’ve received a lot of feedback and suggestions from Wanderers since the official launch, and we’re now working to fix the issues you encountered,” Hotta Studio said in its Tuesday post.

The main improvements for players who just want to get into the game are the server cap increases and “and improved server recommendation logic”. Hotta Studio doesn’t break down the numbers, but the longest queue I spotted was on the European Anomora server with a wait time of one hour and 45 minutes. Another improvement that has been made is the accuracy of wait time estimates. Both of these changes have been made on PC and are coming to mobile players.

Also on the list of upcoming fixes is “improving the game’s anti-cheat mechanism and announcing the first batch of Wanderers caught using cheats with their punishments.” (It’s funny to hear a developer use the word “punishments” so nonchalantly in their official releases.) Blank error pop-ups that always seem to freeze mobile players are also on the list of solutions to fix, says Hotta.

You can follow more development reports from Hotta on its website or in the launcher as more changes are made.

As to whether it’s really worth picking up, fellow PC Gamer editor Tyler Colp tried out Tower of Fantasy and dubbed it a messy Genshin Impact. If you find it to your liking, be sure to grab these Tower of Fantasy codes for free currency.


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