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Big Anthem patch lowers today's restrictions, changes loot

Anthem got a big patch this morning and it delivers lots of changes, both large and small, to help fix the game's ship two weeks after the last launch. The most notable change in Patch 1.0.3 includes respawn restrictions; this means that there are no longer any restriction restrictions. Instead, respawn timing is based on the activity a player is. So Crit-Path, Agent Missions and other missions than playoff missions will have a respawn delay of 10 seconds. End-game missions, Strongholds and Legendary Contracts have a response time of 30 seconds. Freeplay respawning is unchanged. Then it is the obligatory and generic "improved stability of all platforms" promise. Whatever the case, BioWare earlier this week said it identified the cause of some very nasty crashes on PlayStation 4 (like in, taking down the entire system). But this action is said to be on the way on March 1 2. Nevertheless, the complete correction instructions are noted that 1.0.3 changes the damage to secondary damage to deal with problems with this model. In this week's life stream, BioWare also said that the change came in March 12, the patch. The third major change is about the loot, and some players are already dissatisfied with it. From now on, level 30 players will not see ordinary or unusual lion drops, the two lowest levels of thickness. While it sounds like an improvement for high-level professionals, some complained that the real problem is in the drop rate, not the quality. Last night, BioWare…

Anthem got a big patch this morning and it delivers lots of changes, both large and small, to help fix the game’s ship two weeks after the last launch.

The most notable change in Patch 1.0.3 includes respawn restrictions; this means that there are no longer any restriction restrictions. Instead, respawn timing is based on the activity a player is. So Crit-Path, Agent Missions and other missions than playoff missions will have a respawn delay of 10 seconds. End-game missions, Strongholds and Legendary Contracts have a response time of 30 seconds. Freeplay respawning is unchanged.

Then it is the obligatory and generic “improved stability of all platforms” promise. Whatever the case, BioWare earlier this week said it identified the cause of some very nasty crashes on PlayStation 4 (like in, taking down the entire system). But this action is said to be on the way on March 1

2. Nevertheless, the complete correction instructions are noted that 1.0.3 changes the damage to secondary damage to deal with problems with this model. In this week’s life stream, BioWare also said that the change came in March 12, the patch.

The third major change is about the loot, and some players are already dissatisfied with it. From now on, level 30 players will not see ordinary or unusual lion drops, the two lowest levels of thickness. While it sounds like an improvement for high-level professionals, some complained that the real problem is in the drop rate, not the quality. Last night, BioWare apparently reached the drops and the players responded with approval. But …

“STOP NERFING THE LOOT!” Said a player. “All community needs are better drops. You give us that, then you remove it … why can’t you just realize that to get people happy with your game, you have to realize what really makes them happy?” BioWare to “fix the loot back to what it was last night” also. [19659007] Other highlights of the patch include the ability to launch an expedition from anywhere within Fort Tarsis, which would help the game’s pace. Titans have also had eight different balance changes, including an increase in the time when weak points are exposed (and they will always be active on smaller titans), the damage to weak points and improved collision detection in a couple of attacks, to make them easier to avoid . In addition, Titans will no longer react to a mission after they have been defeated. So far, a player who has ruined said two of three titans on assignment find all three waiting for them if they respawned; Now it’s just one.

The full notes are long (authorized by Anthem subreddit) but give it a look and see if your particular ox has been gored. There are many with this game. Anthem is available on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

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