Awesomenauts Assemble PS4 Patch released!
The Playstation 4 version of Awesomenauts Assemble has just been updated with a new patch!
When the players boot up their copy of the game, they will be introduced to new characters, which were introduced from the forthcoming Starstorm Expansion campaign. They can choose from the high-flying fighter ‘Penny Fox’, or the space marine commando ‘Ted McPain’.
The patch also throws in ‘Custom Games’ which will allow users to customise their private matches to have new rules, and an option to switch the mode into Team Deathmatch and Randomnauts.
It will also feature various fixes, some of which were carried from the latest Steam version.
The PS4 version of Awesomenauts was released earlier this year and it became one of the most downloaded titles on PSN last March. Abstraction Games is currently working on its next patch, and the Xbox One version of the game. Meanwhile, the original makers Ronimo Games are busy improving on the Steam version of Awesomenauts, and are at work on the Starstorm expansion, which should be heading to PC and PS4 later this year.
Here’s the full list of changes from the latest patch:-
Highlights for Awesomenauts Assemble! Patch 1.01:
*NEW Starstorm character: Ted McPain
Yes, the world-famous alien-scum blasting marine Ted McPain made it to PlayStation 4! Ted is all about powerful guns, carrying both a quick-firing machine gun as well as an area-blasting shotgun. He can enhance his blasting power at any time by means of seriously potent but unhealthy stimpacks that cause Ted to go berserk. And whenever Ted is caught with his pants down, he can always call in an Ion Cannon strike that blasts through the level.
*NEW Starstorm character: Penny Fox
The daring danger-dodging collector Penny Fox leaps into action on PlayStation 4! During one of her more crazy adventures, she stumbled upon a powerful Claw that was mysteriously connected to the ominous Starstorm station. Harnessing its power to in her quest to fight evil, the claw allows Penny to knock enemies around and hit them with a strong enemy-weakening pulse.
*NEW feature: Custom Games Custom games allows players to set up and customize their own private matches. Customization examples include playing different game modes (Randomnauts and Team Deathmatch), allowing the same class multiple times within a team, let the game automatically buy random upgrades and adjusting the starting resources.
*Various fixes: The game has received a ton of visual, balancing and networking updates. Some of the biggest changes include: an overhaul to all damage numbers, basic health regeneration for all characters from the start and automatic character and upgrade selection when players rejoin a match they had previously left.