Strolling round on this planet of Dual Universe has bought to be tiring, however up till now the one seat your poor avatar may have could be within the cockpit of no matter spacecraft you constructed or bought. With the sport’s upcoming Apollo replace, that’s going to alter with the intervention of the “chair surface element,” which successfully seems like a touchdown pad to your avatar’s tuchus. Quickly, gamers will have the ability to place this ingredient on practically any flat floor to make it a seat whereas additionally giving “coming in for a touchdown” an entire new which means.
Sq. ass cushions aren’t the one factor that the Apollo replace will convey, nevertheless. There will even be a Deep Space Asteroid Tracker, a medium-large ingredient placable on any dynamic assemble that lets gamers monitor and discover asteroids in deep area. Therefore the title. Phrase on when each of those items of excessive tech are coming isn’t out there but, however we no less than know they’re on the way in which.
In different DU information, the devs have posted the answers to a Q&A session that outlines a few of the sandbox’s future replace plans. The solutions embody affirmation that org modifications usually are not coming with the Apollo replace; phrase that the Apollo replace will introduce PvP stability modifications, bug fixes, and the introduction of shields; affirmation that future releases can have heavy PvP focus; and plans so as to add a timer that counts down to a degree when a participant’s location whereas mining an asteroid in a PvP space is broadcast to others. At the moment, the timer is about for 4 hours, which the devs suspect is sufficient to mine many of the precious assets however not absolutely deplete an asteroid, whereas the aim of this timer is to offer “fascinating collaboration mechanics.”
— Twin Universe (@dualuniverse) July 9, 2021
Have a primary have a look at the brand new DSAT (Deep House Asteroid Tracker), a medium-large ingredient just like the territory scanner that you may placed on dynamic constructs with a view to monitor and discover asteroids. Coming to #DualUniverse Apollo (0.26) 🌎 pic.twitter.com/XXy6FIzjJ9
— Twin Universe (@dualuniverse) July 7, 2021