Tribes: Ascend will first update since more than two years

Sep

8

2015

Tribes: Ascend, the free-to-play shooter from 2012, will soon get an update. Since July 2013, developer Hi-Rez Studios, the support for the game to ‘pause’, but there now seems so to have come to an end.

Hi-Rez has a provisional list of patch notes for what it calls the ‘Out of the Blue’ update, put online. The update adds a new folder to ctf-called Terminus, allows players to create their loadout complete itself, bringing the classes back to three choices: light, medium and heavy. Hi-Rez says its too aware that any adjustments to classes and weapons can lead to imbalance in the gameplay, and will therefore monitor the situation closely and further updated in the future.

Not later than September 14 Hi-Rez want the patch have run on the Public Test Server, and then later on it should actually cast. In 2013, support was for Tribes: Ascend paused so the company could focus his attention on the now popular mobagame Smite. With the commercial success of the game Hi-Rez is now apparently afford again to focus on Tribes: Ascend to donate. On Metacritic given the game an 8.6 and SteamDB reports that at peak times even 273 players online. However, the game is also available for download via the website of Hi-Rez and those players are not counted in SteamDB.

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