World War 3 Will Receive a New Update on May 17, Patch Notes and More
The Farm 51, the developer behind the popular World War 3 game, has announced that an update is set to roll out on May 17, 2023. The game servers will go offline for scheduled maintenance at 09:00 CEST, and the downtime is expected to last around five hours.
The update is primarily technical in nature, focusing on back-end improvements to streamline gameplay and enhance the overall user experience.
The patch will introduce an optimization pass to the game’s database. This will likely result in improved load times, a smoother gaming experience, and potential bug fixes. While the exact details of this optimization haven’t been disclosed, such updates usually aim to enhance the server’s efficiency and reliability.
Profiles migration indicates a shift in how player data is stored and managed. While the specifics are unclear, it’s plausible that this change could improve how player progress is tracked and stored, possibly offering enhanced security and efficiency.
As per the developer’s official Twitter profile:
The game servers will be unavailable tomorrow (17/05) for maintenance at 09:00 CEST.
– Optimization Pass to the database
– Expansion of distributed database and profiles migration
Expected Downtime: 5 hours
Thank you for your patience.
— World War 3 (@ww3thegame) May 16, 2023