RIGS Mechanized Combat League December Update Detailed; New Accolades Trailer Released

on November 17, 2016 9:18 AM

Today, Guerrilla Cambridge announced that PlayStation VR exclusive Rigs: Mechanized Combat League will be getting it’s first update — which will be free — this December. In addition to detailing said update, the developer also released a new accolades trailer.

Here’s everything salient coming with the update:

New APX Rigs
Faster and more agile than the standard chassis types, APX Rigs will have a lower armor rating to ensure that they don’t have an unfair advantage over the standard models. We anticipate that the APX Rigs will quickly become fan favorites for seasoned players.

New Zurich Arena
Introducing the first European arena on the global Rigs circuit! This Arena is an extension of the Rigs HQ Complex, and offers a balanced layout with a clear overview for the Tempest class and plenty of tunnels for the Hunter class. Skillful use of shields will prove essential when trying to reach the goal during a PowerSlam match. Zurich will make a first appearance at PlayStation Experience this year, for those of you who will be attending the show will have a chance to be one of the first to play in this Arena.

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New Weekly Trials Series
Every week we’ll be presenting players with a series of trials to compete in. Successful completion is rewarded with in-game credits, fame, and exclusive customization items.

Customization Store & Items
Players will be able to use earned in-game credits to purchase brand-new customization items and victory celebrations for their Rigs pilot at the Customization Store.

More information on the finer details of the December update will come soon Guerrilla has said. Meanwhile, you can check out the new trailer below:

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