Hit detection issues affecting online and offline multiplayer, users say.
Gears of War developer The Coalition has said that it is working on fixing hit detection issues affecting the Gnasher shotgun in Gears of War: Ultimate Edition.
“We’ve been actively working on improving the consistency of the Gnasher based on fan feedback in an upcoming patch for Ultimate Edition,” wrote The Coalition community manager TC Octus. “Keep an eye on @CoalitionGears and @GearsofWar on Twitter for updates, and we’ll be sure to swing by with more information once we get close to the release of the patch.”
The issue doesn’t appear to be linked to latency issues, however, with the initial poster also claiming to have suffered the same problem during a local splitscreen game.
Besides the Gnasher, The Coalition says that it is also working on fixing issues linked to “the scoreboard in spectator mode, the L-trigger delay to shoot bug, the instant roadie run after being revived bug, some crash bugs, and a number of other hot issues.”
The developer says that it hopes to release the patch “as quickly as possible”.