Funcom has apologised for accidentally deflating the breasts of the female models in Age of Conan.
Its honking error came about after fiddling with data in a recent patch, but it was all unintended and will hopefully be back to normal soon.
"Funcom can confirm that some of the female models in the game have had the size of their breasts changed," said the developer on the official forum, spotted by Kotaku.
"This is due to an unintended change in data that was introduced in an earlier patch, data which controls the so-called morph values associated with character models and the size of their respective body parts. We are working on a fix for this and your breasts should be back to normal soon."
Age of Conan is the latest MMO to puff its chest out and tackle the mighty World of Warcraft. Central to its distinguishing features are an action packed combat system featuring plenty of gore and severed limbs.
It was released on 20th May and managed to snare an impressive 400,000 players in just one week.
We felt it was about a 7/10 in its current state; its future alight with potential but hinging on patch influence and the development of PvP.
We'll be bringing you a full and detailed review of Age of Conan shortly before your 30-day free trial runs out later this month.
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