Making Enlisted a Better Place №18
Each update of "Making Enlisted a Better Place" focuses on a certain aspect of the game or a particular mechanic in which we’ve fixed bugs or have added interesting features.
The improvements are mostly or even completely based on the feedback you have left in the special topics and discussions on our forums and social media platforms.
Raising the Skulls
No necromancy, just a small but valuable change to the battle UI for each of us. Remember how you met an enemy squad in a narrow corridor, killed the first one of them and then lost sight of the others behind the huge skull icon?
Well, that’s in the past. Now the skull icon that confirms the kill will be shown above the target to clear the view of potential targets behind it.
Got any ideas how to make the game’s user interface better, even in small things like this one? Tell us in the comments!
Correcting Off-Road Capabilities of Wheeled Vehicles
This fix affects all the wheeled vehicles in the game: from simple motorcycles to ATVs that can be found in the Moscow, Normandy, and Tunisia campaigns.
The resistance of surfaces was corrected in such a way that wheeled vehicles became faster on roads with any surface and on solid ground. And the difference between solid surfaces and off-road surfaces is now more pronounced. Try out the wheeled vehicles and tell us how they feel!
Full list of changes
- Now after killing an enemy soldier the skull icon that confirms the kill will be raised up to free up the view.
- Roads with any kind of surface are now less resistant to the movement of vehicles with a wheeled chassis.
- In the Practice mode of the “Battle for Tunisia” campaign for the “Axis” powers a transport vehicle has been added that you can use to drive from the infantry shooting range to the tank polygon.
We appreciate your feedback!
Lots of exciting game mechanics have been realized or improved thanks to your ideas. We are watching our communities, other Enlisted sites and regularly check the forum for your feedback and reports.
So share, suggest, and report!