The arrival of January brought a new month for It is an electronic game Crew subscribers, but some players ran into a bug: They didn’t get paid 1,000 V-Bucks per month as expected. Two weeks later, Epic is back with an update about the issue, indicating that it is now in the process of obtaining their digital money for these subscribers – and notes that they will get more this time.
It is unclear why this occurs It is an electronic game A crew bug, but Epic notes that it caused some inactive subscribers to appear despite their subscription renewal. The issue affected players whose subscriptions were automatically renewed, and while they could still play, Epic said on January 1 that they would face a delay in getting their V-Bucks.
In an update on January 9th, the company announced that it is now processing lost V-Bucks, which means subscribers who didn’t receive it on the 1st of the month will see their access to their accounts soon. Additionally, the company awards these players a reward of 500 V-Bucks, likely to compensate for the delay.
It is an electronic game Crew is the company’s relatively new subscription service that offers subscribers the Seasonal Battle Pass, as well as an exclusive pack of skin and 1,000 V-Bucks per month. The plan is available for $ 11.99 a month and can be canceled whenever the player chooses.
The game itself is in its fifth season strongly and is only weeks away from the arrival It is an electronic game The competitive season has five championships. The company recently detailed its esports plan for this season, outlining the types of events players can expect, but the finer details won’t arrive for another few weeks.