Die Storm Point IMC Armory
If you have played Apex Legends or another Battle Royale game beforehand, you know how painful it is to be “from third parties” during a shootout. There is nothing worse than being on the brief of victory and being shot by an invisible attacker. APEX LEGENDS gives you way to fight this – Gibby’s dome sign is a particularly useful tool – but it is largely a fact of life that you will become third at some point. Well, until now. In a conversation with the press, Samantha Kalman, Senior Game Designer at Respawn Entertainment, revealed that the IMC Armory locations from Storm Point will actually be proof of third parties.
We know that this is hard to believe, but it is true. If you go to one of the four IMC weapons chambers of Storm Point for looting, “you are protected from being attacked by third parties,” says Kalman. However, this is associated with costs – as you may expect.
Players who want to loot these places have to lock themselves up and survive an intensive, minute -long storm of close -up fights with waves of fatal ghosts – automated infantry robots, which you may know from titanium.
The prey you can get into your hands when you survive this rush is worth it. At these selected locations, respawn entertainment introduces 13 smart loot bins in Apex Legends in season. This loot bins effectively “scan” your equipment and ensure that everything you get from you are improving what you have. This makes these places popular in all phases of a game – if the prey can only get better, there is always a reason to visit you.
However, what makes these places really interesting is the fact that they were carried by gameplay innovations and not by narrative explorations.
The IMC Armouries from Storm Point “were built as automated conflict support structures that are filled with valuable freight,” explains Kalman during the border war. We don’t know why, but they were simply not activated at the time-so they remained inactive until they were triggered by the strange monstrous sea creature that we see in Savior’s launch trailer.
As appropriate as this narrative may be, it does not seem to be the driving force behind the creation of this feature. When he talks about it, Kalman expresses the the development team “really wanted a nice PVE feature that is certainly in front of third-party providers… so, [it] built up everything about this concept.”
We do not know how popular this new Storm point card function will be-or how hard the Spectres are-but Apex Legends once again offers something new for Battle Royale players, and it is difficult to contradict this.
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