Today Vostok Games released a massive “unified update” for its post-apocalyptic battle royale first-person shooter Fear the Wolves. The update is named after the largest change that it brings, Unified Mode, which makes two-player teams the default for matches. However, players can still go solo if they want a bigger challenge and more loot. Other changes include a new lobby, vaulting system, team voice chat, map updates, and a handful of smaller tweaks aimed at usability.
Accompanying the update is a nearly minute-long featurette which quickly shows off some of the changes:
Fear the Wolves is now available for PC via Steam’s Early Access program for just $19.99:
A competitive Battle Royale FPS, bringing unique elements inspired by classic FPS games to the world’s hottest genre. The game drops players, as duos or lone wolves, into the oppressive environments of a radiation-ravaged Chernobyl spread across a section of the 25km2 map.
To secure the top spot, players will need to worry about more than just other survivors. Across the hostile wastes, everyone is threatened by deadly anomalies and the dynamically-changing weather – voted for by dead players acting as spectators. With each game in a new part of Chernobyl and at a different time of day, survivors must stay on their toes and constantly adapt to new situations.