The latest Undisputed update was received with mixed reviews. As more and more people try the restricted version finally released in January 2023, Undisputed’s developers have access to an entirely new level of data; feedback.
And after reading this feedback, it becomes abundantly clear who really came out ahead because of the Latest Undisputed Update.
Data that an audience literally pays to donate to you is a fairly ingenious model, and that’s exactly what Steel City Undisputed has managed to do. It costs $30 to try it at this stage if you’re feeling lucky, but many insist that the bugs and flaws are more frustrating than fun right now. They’d say that you’re better off waiting until they’ve worked out the kinks. But at this point, no one knows for sure whether Undisputed will manage to turn things around and get better, or if it will continue to decline before the Undisputed release date is officially announced.
What’s Not Good About The Latest Undisputed Update?
The more people play the game, the more feedback Steel City Interactive has access to. This is a double-edged sword; if they were able to somehow take feedback privately, they’d have more control over visibility into their apparent lack of progress.
But few consumers these days trust self-promoting promises of how good one’s own product is. For this reason, Steel City Interactive needs more and more people to promote their game for them. To do that, Steel City Interactive have shamelessly employed influencers to infiltrate and corral the popular narrative around each of their official communications pertaining to their attempt at a next gen boxing sim.
But aside from their covertly paid representatives, there’s still a torrent of freely contributed customer feedback for the Undisputed developers to peruse and consider. Of the most common complaints are those concerning cheaters:
But there’s also no shortage of technical issues reported by players of Undisputed:
And it seems like Steel City Interactive still haven’t quite figured out their server connectivity issues yet:
Is Undisputed Worth The Money?
If you can see past the obvious grifts, the lack of a release date, repetitive gameplay, completely disconnected statistics, desync problems, disconnects, and lack of intuitive movement, and you’re somehow able to just enjoy the experience for what it is, you’ll still have to deal with rage quitters. Imagine avoiding an opponent’s overpowered spam, adjusting with the jab and using distance, only to knock your opponent down and for them to immediately quit with no penalty to their record:
If that’s worth it to you, run, don’t walk, to Steel Ciy Interactive.
So what are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments down below.
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