The long-awaited overhaul of World War 3. has been done for over a year, and The Farm 51 is finally ready to show it off.
World War 3 the indie shooter from Chernobylite developer The Farm 51, is a fan favorite multiplayer shooter who is especially excited to play. The game replicates much of what is known in Battlefield, and, in the absence of a modern military battlefield, many looked to WW3 to scratch the same itch.
Unfortunately, the game's early access access left many failed thanks to a host of bugs, performance issues, and major problems with the game's basic mechanics in motion, shooting and map design. Following a period of live updates, in which many of the game changed dramatically, The Farm 51 decided to continue working on a massive behind-the-scenes fix, thanks in part to a new partnership to the publisher of My.Games.
The studio has remained silent for almost a year, until now. In a new update, the developer of World War 3 has shown everything that is in the works, covering all the major sticking points for players, and revealed how the updated game will behave over the years. feedback. The upgrades are too many to count, making it a new game.
The video still shows new, unexpected additions – such as the Backpack menu, which allows players to move their attached weapons while traveling, such as the Battlefield Plus Menu of 2042 (and Crysis before that ).
Unfortunately, the new update does not mention when players will get their hands on the new World War 3. Due to the decision to switch from paid to free-to-play, a number of Questions about monetization also remain – though it looks like answers will wait.
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