Daybreak Games suffered from the failure of the orbit of Planetside Arena, which led to its later stop next month. With the violent rash of the genus Battle Royale and the quantity of developers wanting to obtain a share of the action, there were necessarily games that passed through the meshes of the net. That being said, Daybreak Games does not call the closure of the Planetside franchise. With Planetside Arena out of sight, they are currently focusing on the previous game with a Planetside 2 update.
Planetside 2 is almost eight at this stage and many of its players left for other games. It’s just the nature of the game. However, there is an audience for the type of experience that Planetside games offer, so Daybreak Games will focus on improving this experience to keep these fans and bring them back. Without giving too much detail, Daybreak said in his development letter that they would refocus on the principle of coordination, camaraderie and conquest. They also say that their objective is to make the “outfits” that bring together players more rewarding. be part of.
While many shooters like Call of Duty and Halo now have multiplayer matches made up of relatively small groups of players, the Planetside franchise is proud to have very large -scale battles of hundreds of players at the same time battlefield. No update on the development of Planetside 3, but I hope that we will soon hear something and that it is more successful than Planetside Arena. Planetside 2 is available on PS4 and PC.
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