Died of sunlight Developer Behavior Interactive has shared an update that reveals what changes are planned for the game in the upcoming major update.
According to the statement released by the studio, we can expect that six of the six perks of the multiplayer survival game will be updated (transfer, fixed, hexadecimal: immortality, steel lady, empty hand and second wind), and the game in general Some changes in HUD and UI.
After four years and last year’s ridicule, the developer pointed out that it feels like it’s time to overhaul the game, which will make extensive changes to survivors and killers.
The main change in the game UI is designed around making everything neater and easier to read. The screenshot shown in the update (shown in the video) outlines how the player screen will look after the update is applied.
The redesigned HUD can better indicate which perks, items and add-ons you have received during the session, as well as the number of generators that need to be repaired and the status of other survivors.
If you are streaming or want more control over the UI, please don’t: a zoom option will be added to the game, allowing you to customize the position of the HUD relative to everything else on the screen.
We will also see the way matchmaking works in the game will also change (no doubt to make more competitive players happy), and once developers are satisfied with the way matchmaking works, it plans to introduce “level rewards” “.
“Since the ranking will no longer be used for matching, it will be reused to reward dedicated players. Every month, everyone will receive blood points based on the highest level they reached, and then reset to level 20.”
Most importantly, we will also see graphic inspections of the Gideon Meat Factory and Crotus Prenn Shelter. These new visual effects have been inspired by video and gaming blogs.
Well, there will be a lot of things in the game-once the update is released in the middle of this chapter, more things may appear. Hope we see something similar to the theme of Silent Hill that landed last year.