On the 28th of September, Illuvium announced via its official Twitter account that it had released its first major update to Survival Arena. The new update is termed AB-PB2. The update offers numerous new features, and Illuvials have been incorporated into the previous build, adding new layers of intricacy and replayability.
The latest update includes significant modifications to practically every aspect of the game, with the platform citing AB-PB1 input as critical to these future advances.
One of the new features is “Augment.” Users can access 50 augments to change an Illuvial’s conduct and goal, assign them newer roles or enhance their present one.
Illuvials now have dominant synergy for solely bonding for the time being. This implies a Ranger can form a link with an Illuvial to acquire synergies and allow higher sophisticated team synergies.
In the beta version, the saving mode has been tweaked. For training, the user’s progress is saved in every stage, while it takes five times in the competitive stage.
Developers have increased opponent spawn sites and expanded placements. They have also changed the attacks. Illuvials must now decide whether their adversaries and accomplices are on the land, in the air, or beneath. Aerial units aren’t always vulnerable to melee strikes.
As opposed to the first survival arena, the training mode no longer affects the leaderboard. Players make the leaderboard via competitive gaming. Matches do not end in a stalemate; you are either winning or losing.
Account holders are asked to log in to their accounts and download the current update. Following that, they should erase the previous version. Users that had access to AB-PB1 now have access to the most recent AB-PB2.
However, the final distribution date is unknown, and enthusiasts were warned to expect some downtime or glitches in the periods preceding the update’s final release.
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