Plus, a host of new add-ons for the online vehicular combat throwdown
Spring is in the air, the flowers are in bloom and the noses of hayfever sufferers everywhere have started to twitch in anticipation of the unrelenting onslaught to come. Not to be outdone by the pollen, the Hardware: Rivals team has been working on an altogether more enjoyable means of making your eyes water. The Spring content drop is on the way!
In a land that time forgot, atop a hollow mountain where nature is king and mankind fears to tread, the silence of centuries will be shattered by the screech of metal-on-metal as tanks and F.A.V.s go head to head in another round of all-out vehicular combat.
Listen carefully, however, and you will hear a deeper rumble, an ancient sound rising from the deep. For this is an old and vengeful mountain. It has been awakened. It is angry. And it demands a sacrifice…
Bushpig Plateau provides a more open but hazardous battlefield with only sparse cover provided by a handful of rocks and trees. There’s a network of caves to explore and one heck of a waterfall jump. Be careful not to plunge into the rapids or stray too close to the Plateau’s edge. It’s a long way down and gravity gives no second chances…
Capture the Flag
You know the drill. Two teams. Limitless kills. Points are scored by finding a flag and high-tailing it back to base with the flag strapped to your cab. Make it there in one piece and you’ll gain a point. When the clock runs down, the team with the most points wins. But be warned, however, the flag is a heavy cross to bear. It’ll slow you up, mark you out and make sure that every gun in the enemy ranks is pointed your way. One thing’s for sure, you’ll need all the help you can get to haul that thing home.
In addition to that we will be adding lots of new add-ons you can exchange for those hard-earned Salvage Points over the next few weeks. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming next…