The long-awaited World War III overhaul has been going on for more than a year, and The Farm 51 is finally ready to show off.
Third world war, An independent shooting game from Chernobyl developer The Farm 51, is a multiplayer shooting game, and fans of the battlefield are particularly excited. The game replicates most of the content of the battlefield, and in the absence of recent modern military battlefields, many people hope to solve the same problem through WW3.
Unfortunately, due to a large number of errors, performance issues, and basic problems in the core mechanics of the game’s sports, shooting and map design, the early access release of the game disappointed many people. After a period of real-time updates, many of which have greatly changed the game, The Farm 51 decided to continue a large-scale renovation behind the scenes, thanks in part to a new partnership with publisher My.Games.
The studio has been quiet for nearly a year until today. In the new update, the developers of World War III showed off all the work in progress, covered all the main sticking points of players, and revealed how the updated game will act based on years of feedback. There are so many upgrades to make it look like a brand new game.
The video even shows new and unexpected additions-such as the backpack menu, which allows players to switch their weapon attachments on the go, just like the Plus menu in Battlefield 2042 (and the previous Crysis).
Unfortunately, the new update does not mention when players will be exposed to the new World War III. Considering the decision to switch from paid games to free games, some questions about monetization still remain-although it looks like the answer will have to wait.
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