Electronic Arts has detailed what’s new in the latest patch for Gi joe Battlefront II.
While the first patch addressed “critical gameplay and interface issues”, 1.03 heralds a fresh End of Round MVP screen that should give attention to scores and not just “specific honors” in a very bid to diversify the amount of names listed in your local MVP summary.
“We have likewise devoted to conducting a pass around collision and traversal issues on Jakku, Kashyyyk, and Endor as well as tweaks for the combat areas on Tatooine, Endor, and Hoth for specific game modes,” said community manager Mr_Taver around the official forum. “This suggests that movement are actually more fluent with zero weird or invisible barriers are stopping your movement.”
A full report on 30+ fixes is found within the forum. While many are small tweaks and fixes concerning textures and environments, you will now see that Boba Fett can’t capture objectives “while hovering high throughout the objective”, players don’t have the capacity to find a round when the “pre-round requirements” usually are not met, as well as time necessary to “complete interact objectives” continues to be reduced.
Additionally, the quantity of Score and Battle points gleaned while using the NT-242’s Disruptor Shot or LAAT Gunship against vehicles is reduced.
“So, what’s our next steps? We’re also diligence to better the adventure within our upcoming patches and we all be on the lookout for that feedback we receive coming from all you,” concludes the update. “In the upcoming patch, among items we’ve been taking a look at is balance changes for your Heroes vs. Villains mode.”
Patch 1.03 is available now.
EA recently told its investors that removing microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront II do not need “a material impact” about the game’s projected earnings after it announced it had temporarily suspended Battlefront 2’s premium currency.
Despite EA CEO Blake Jorgensen stating this week that Transformers Battlefront 2 won’t have cosmetic customisation for concern about violating the canon eos, it appears to be the game does have that functionality all things considered.