First person cooperative shooter Deep Rock Galactic It will receive another major update next month. The update, titled New Frontiers, will release on February 4 on Steam. The biggest features of the new update are two new vital regions, each containing new types of enemies. The update will also include some quality-of-life changes like UI improvements, and something that live streamers should be happy about.
The first new biome is Azure Weald, a neon bioluminescent region brimming with exotic plant life. Holo Bug, the other new biome, is just the opposite. While Azure Weald teems with life, Hollow Bough is a lot like being inside a hollow, shredded tree. There are two new enemies in Azure Weald, Mactera Tri-Jaws and Mactera Brundles that will provide new challenges for players to kill. These enemies attack in swarms, so be sure to pack plenty of ammo.
Likewise, in Hollow Bough Deeptora Bough Wasps and Stabber Vines all players need to pay attention to. These enemies will do their best to stay in hiding and surprise players, so your party must be on its toes. The removal, rescue and extraction modes of points will also receive some updates. Players will also receive two Dreadnaught variants to face in the Elimination. In Salvage, you’ll be able to interact with broken MULE to download the location of her lost legs, which makes setting targets much easier. Finally, in Point Extraction, players will have access to the new Minehead machine to match the other technology that was dropped in Update 32.
Stream your mining without worries
For live broadcasters, the team at Ghost Ship Games has something that should put the mood on Twitch a lot better. To avoid DMCA cheatIn this game, eight new tracks will be added to the game that have been classified as “Safe for Live Streaming”. Additionally, new dance emotions will be added along with a new animation for Molly docking with Drop Pod. The free hat is also part of the deal to celebrate players voting in the “Better With Friends” category of the Steam Awards.