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Splitgate: Comprehensive update available with new features

A comprehensive new update for the multiplayer shooter game ‘Splitgate’ is now available. We’ll tell you about the new features and improvements being introduced in detail.

Due to the unexpected success shown by the beta version of the multiplayer shooter, the developers of 1047 games managed to secure additional funding of about 100 million US dollars, which will be put into further development of “Splitgate”.

As announced by the studio, a comprehensive new update is now available for the shooter, with which players should be able to individually customize their gaming experience. In User Defined Games it is now possible to adapt the characteristics of your team and thus create asymmetric matches in which the team has less life energy, for example, while opponents cannot use portals. All settings can be saved and reloaded in subsequent matches.

Complete Season 0 Battle Pass

Additionally, there are user defined presets that allow matches to be quickly modified. Furthermore, the developers of 1047 Games indicate that “Splitgate” players can get the Battle Pass for Season 0 between now and November 30, 2021. Usually for this genre, this includes several exclusive rewards that can be unlocked by completing the Battle Pass requirements.


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An official video is attached in which the makers of 1047 discuss the various new features and improvements of the newly released update. Finally, it is worth noting that the next season of “Splitgate” begins on December 1, 2021.

According to official information, more details about this will follow soon.

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