MANY CORE GAMEPLAY CHANGES, NEW TOOLS TO ENCOURAGE POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR AMONG MANY OTHER UPDATES
Continued support into Year 6 and onwards, with core gameplay changes coming over the year, new tools to encourage positive behavior, quality of life improvements and a comprehensive Year 6 roadmap, unveiling the nationality of the new Operators and the reworked maps.
YEAR 6 ROADMAP
Crimson Heist, the first season of the Year 6, will bring the Argentinian attacker Flores and the rework of the map Border. Season 2 will introduce an Operator from the Nakoda Nations and a rework of the map Favela. Season 3’s Operators will come from Croatia. During season 3, three maps will also be slightly reworked. The last Operator of the year will be from Ireland, and the reworked map will be Outback.
A first version of the Reputation System has been shadow tested in the past new season, running in the background but not visible for players. The goal of this tool is to encourage positive behavior within the game by rewarding players with a positive impact on the game with in-game content, while punishing toxicity by limiting access to ranked playlist for instance. This tool will be transparent for players in order to inform them how to increase their scores and adapt their behavior.
A streamer mode has been designed for content creators to control their anonymity when playing. This tool will allow them to hide their name, region and ping, hide everyone else in the match, include a hidden matchmaking delay, hide their current clearance level and profile image.
CORE GAMEPLAY UPDATES
A new secondary weapon the Gonne-6. This one-bullet secondary weapon can destroy any bulletproof gadget and adds an extra loadout option to players, opening new tactical possibilities. The first version of the Gonne-6 will be available in the Crimson Heist test server for operators; Glaz, Dokkaebi, Lion, Finka, Gridlock, Amaru, Iana and Zero.
A major change is that players will now be able to control cameras and gadgets after their death. This change has been made to intensify the support phase in a game, and make sure players that are out can better help their team.
Attackers will now have the possibility to change their Operators and loadout as many times as they want in the preparation phase. To conclude the gameplay updates, Armor will now be switch to Health, for players to have a better understanding on how much damage they can take.
Players will now have more customization options for their Operators: players will be able to adapt elite skins and to add other gears in the outfit for a full customized set.
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