[Updated] The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 'lobby invite codes exceeding 6 characters' bug acknowledged
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New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on August 21, 2023) follows:
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre players are reporting an issue with lobby invite codes where they are exceeding 6 characters.
A lobby invite code is a special combination of letters that is used to invite others to join a specific game session in a video game. Players share these codes to play together in the same match.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre lobby invite codes exceeding 6 characters
However, some players are reporting that they are getting a 7-character code for lobby invite. However, the field where they’ve to enter the code only has room for a 6-character code.
As a result, gamers are unable to input the code correctly and enter the lobby. Frustrated by this, many gamers have taken to Twitter, now X, to raise their concern.
Here are some reports for reference:
It’s giving me 7 digit code to invite friends and they can only enter 6 how do we fix (Source)
Same… limit the character input to 6 but don’t let the actual code rollover past 6 characters… basics. (Source)
Fortunately, the issue has been acknowledged by the support team and they are currently working to fix it. However, they didn’t provide any ETA for the fix.
We are aware of an invite bug causing lobby join codes to exceed 6 characters. The team is investigating and will update once we know more. (Source)
Moreover, currently there’s no potential workaround to fix this glitch for now. That means players will have to wait until devs resolve this problem.
We hope that it gets fixed soon since players are unable to enter the lobby. Rest assured, we will make sure to update this article with latest information accordingly.
Update 1 (August 22, 2023)
Update 2 (August 23, 2023)
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