Splash Damage have detailed some of the updates for their free-running first person shooter, Brink. Several early reveals pointed out issues like texture loading times, multiplayer matchmaking and some bugs that even caused the game to crash.
Co-founder Paul Wedgewood posted on the game's official website, also pointing out that the team is working to address the lag found in the online multiplayer.
"We're urgently investigating this issue and seeing what we can do to improve things in that area," Wedgewood said. "Stay tuned."
An update for the PS3 version is also ready for consumption and can be downloaded regardless of PSN being down. The update includes the same tweaks as the Xbox 360 version as well as a fix for the Ability Wheel and improvements to host migration.
"Even though PSN is currently offline, you'll still be able to get this update if your console is connected to the internet," he explained. "Once PSN is back online, we'll closely monitor player feedback for this platform."
The PC update will be out soon, that contains a fix for a bug that corrupts character data, as well as improved Steam crash reports. Wedgewood also encouraged players to keep on giving them feedback.
"Please do keep your Brink feedback coming. It's really useful to us and we really do check all of it. We have teams at Splash Damage and Bethesda dedicated full time to resolving any issues you discover."