Bleeding Edge launched just yesterday for Xbox One and PC. From the game's PC players, one of the more prevalent bits of feedback from the community at large was that they wanted to unlock the frame rate for the game to increase it beyond 60 FPS, which the game was automatically locked into at launch (and still does at the time of writing).
Ninja Theory, the developer behind Bleeding Edge, says they're working to unlock the frame rate of the game for the PC audience. The announcement comes through a post to the in-game news section of Bleeding Edge, which you can see in the screen capture below.
Additionally, there have been connection errors for Steam users since the game launched yesterday. There were multiple posts on the Bleeding Edge subreddit about Steam users being unable to connect to the game at all, and that's another issue Ninja Theory aims to tackle.
Bleeding Edge celebrates its official launch this week, and then Rare's Sea of Thieves is getting a crossover event with the new shooter next week. Starting on March 30, you'll be able to complete three challenges to earn Bleeding Edge cosmetics for your ship in the pirate game.
Bleeding Edge is available now on PC and Xbox One. You can get it either through the Microsoft Store or Steam on PC, or through the Xbox Game Pass on console.