Mortal Online 2, the ambitious sandbox MMORPG that finally saw its commercial release last week, has sold 110,000 copies according to the developers at Star Vault, but unfortunately, this success has been marred by login queues and other problems.
In response to this outcry from the community, Mortal Online 2 developer Star Vault has rolled out a patch to attempt to fix some of the problems along with patching in a new and improved login system, which will now show your place in the queue and an estimated time left.
Unfortunately, the patch also caused some issues and the Mortal Online 2 team had to roll back the servers 24 hours in order to fix the issues. The patch also added new gatherable resources to Myrland and more roaming bandits to Haven.
Full patch notes can be found on the Mortal Online 2 Steam page.