Epic has been fun over the years, even though we all have been frustrated by the many glitches. Now with the recent connectivity issues and inability for many users to use their Facebook friends when logged in, Rovio has seemed to give up on the game. Here is my last reply from Stefan…
Stefan (Rovio Entertainment Corporation)
Jan 9, 13:27 UTC
Thank you for contacting us and I sincerely apologize for the delayed response. We have received a much larger volume of emails than normal recently, and haven’t been able to reply to everyone as quickly as we would like.
My name is Stefan and I’m a member of the Player Support team that work on the Angry Birds Epic.
I realize that experiencing issues like that can be really discouraging. At this point, the game is not in active development, so the events and arena seasons will continue normally, but there are no current plans regarding any future game updates. It also means that the problem you are experiencing is not being currently investigated and I can not provide you with any timeframe of a possible fix.
If you have any other concerns or questions where Support could be of assistance, we will be glad to help and answer.
All the best,
Rovio Support Team
A lesson to anyone who wasted actual money on Rovio games – you never know when they will toss away loyal players and move on to more profitable ventures. R.I.P. AB Epic…
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