|MMO Nether adds motorcycles, group 'tribe' system and escort objectives|
|Posted: 17.01.2014 16:41 by Simon Priest||Comments: 0|
First-person urban survival MMO Nether now let's its post-apocalypse denizens travel around its dangerous online world via motorcycles, and let players form 'tribes' to officially group up.
There's also a new objective added called Escort Mission, which involves transporting a heavy beaconed box to shopkeepers in safe zones that attract nethers.
Some more cosmetic items have been added to the game's marketplace, including a Motocross Helmet to go with those new set of two-wheels you got.
"Along with a new way to get around the city ruins, Nether is launching a group system that allows survivalists to create tribes, which allows players to group chat and see teammates’ locations on the map," says developer Phosphor.
"Nether is also adding a new objective called “Escort Mission,” where users have to bring a heavy box with a glowing beacon to shopkeepers in Safezones. The box attracts nethers and you can’t use weapons while holding the box, so players must pair up with others to successfully complete the objective."
Nether is currently available to play through , with this initial building supporting only 64-bit.