The innovative tactical game, currently in Early Access, presents its first update of 2021, which includes a plethora of fixes and gameplay improvements.
Hamburg, January 20, 2021 – gamigo’s continuation of the Atlas saga, Atlas Rogues, integrates multiple fixes in preparation of the upcoming content update in the near future.
Atlas Rogues entered Early Access in November on Steam and on gamigo’s own platform Glyph and has been continuously updated throughout December. In the game, single-player and co-op multiplayer action meet turn-based PvE in a captivating futuristic setting. Players can immerse themselves in the rich lore of a diverse game world, unlock curious characters, and discover unique ways to beat the game in each session. In the update, several critical bugs and crash issues were resolved and additional visual improvements, as well as stabilization measures, have been implemented.
The freelancers received numerous improvements to their gear and character stats and the beloved K9 warhounds are back in the game. The UI has been updated and gameplay features are being improved in preparation for the next content drop. Amongst other things, various issues with the Exotic Gear have been resolved and some map terrains were fixed.
This and much more await players in the latest update!
A comprehensive overview of the patch notes can be found on the official website.
ABOUT GAMIGO GROUP
The gamigo group is one of the leading publishers of online and mobile games in Europe and North America. The company’s diverse game portfolio includes free-to-play titles such as ArcheAge, RIFT, Trove, Defiance 2050 and Aura Kingdom, as well as the recently launched buy-to-play game ArcheAge: Unchained. Counting more than 400 employees, gamigo is one of the largest german companies in the gaming industry. Besides its 5 german locations in Hamburg (HQ), Berlin, Cologne, Münster and Darmstadt, the gamigo group also has branches in Warsaw (Poland), Istanbul (Turkey), New York, Redwood City, Austin, Bellevue (US), and Seoul (South Korea). In addition to gamigo AG, the group includes the subsidiaries WildTangent, Aeria Games, adspree media, and Mediakraft Networks as well as the brands GameSpree, Infernum, Intenium, Looki, and Poged. The company strives to grow not only organically, but also through acquisitions. Since 2013, it has made more than 25 acquisitions, including titles, gaming and technology companies as well as individual game assets.