When the first patch came out, I was 90% certain they were going to address the Kongo Reliquaries bug, which can be used to easily break the game as a human player, or could break any game if the AI accidentally gets it. First patch arrives... not fixed. I was shocked. Second patch arrives... still not fixed!!! I'm furious! For crying out loud! Why? Are they unaware of it? I even posted it on the official Facebook thread to make sure somebody saw it! Where as some things such as AI are understandably complicated, this is a very easy fix. For those who don't know, if Kongo acquires the religion with the Reliquaries belief in its capital, and houses five Relics in the Palace this happens: Kongo Glitch by kamex posted Dec 22, 2016 at 9:17 PM Because somebody made a simple maths mistake. How did this even get through QA? Kongo is a civ focused around Relics. Surely somebody should have tested, what happens when the Relics civ has the Reliquaries belief!? Apparently not! I guess the 1452 faith per turn is intentional!? I'm a programmer myself. Do they want me to fly over there and fix it for them!? Good lord! Its not just this bug though is it? The AI is still incapable of using aircraft, among other things. They expect us to shell out money for overpriced scenario dlc, and they can't be bothered to fix some of the most glaring glitches. Its rather pathetic.