Players recently got another featurette for Fear the Wolves on Twitter, and this one focuses on the way the weather in the game is going to have an immediate impact on players. The game’s latest closed beta is now live and will end tomorrow.
While default weather is not going to have an impact on gameplay or graphics, other forms will, and each one affects players in several different ways. As an instance, rain will diminish how well players can manage vehicles and visibility total, but it will mask disposition, whilst wind will reduce motion speed and the precision on long-lived shots, and it will affect the trajectory of air lost crates.
In Fear The Wolves the weather is more ever-changing, influenced from the votes of spectating players.
Discover today how different weather types have a direct impact on gameplay.
Fear the Wolves passes Steam Early accessibility later this Summer.
Whilst Fear the Wolves was designed to enter Steam Early Access last month, a closed beta did not go as easily as Vostok Games desired , or so the date for the release was pushed back. The game has several closed betas since then, and you can read this week’s changelog below.
The programmers still plan on publishing Fear the Wolves on Steam Early Access this year for PC, and it’ll have a wide release for PC and consoles annually.
This Week’s Changelog:
- Additional Advanced Graphics Options.
- Added more keybindings.
- Added handbrakes to vehicles.
- Fixed a bug where occasionally the player might be instantly killed once an event passed.
- Additional an extra warning notification 90 minutes before adrenaline illnesses begin.
- Increased the timing of the helicopter takes to prepare from 60 to 90 minutes.