Elite Dangerous: Odyssey received the ninth update on Thursday. Along with some much needed improvements, publisher Frontier Developments is also adding a new ground vehicle to the game. Called the Scorpion, this is the first all-wheel drive vehicle introduced since 2015.
Players in Dangerous elite realistic entertainment tour of our Milky Way galaxy with more than 400 billion star systems in all, just A little piece some of which have even been seen by its players. Launched in 2014, it was later enhanced with the release of Elite Dangerous: Horizons. That expansion added planetary landings to the game for the first time. It also adds the Scarab, a single-seat surface reconnaissance vehicle (SRV) not unlike the six-wheeled version of the Moon mobile car from the Apollo missions.
Well, I guess it’s a small It’s different in that it has thrust vectoring nozzles on each wheel to keep you from driving off the slopes and into orbit, and also has a double-barreled, turret-mounted laser repeater on the roof of the vehicle. But I digress.
The SRV Scorpion is a four-wheeled armored fighting vehicle with room for two: a driver and a dedicated gunner. Capable of reaching speeds of up to 50 mph, it fulfills an infantry support role. That means more players will be able to have more fun together in Odyssey, which first added the game on foot in May.
How will this improve? Dangerous elite Community opinion on the controversy Odyssey Update is an open question. The launch of that update heralds many changes to the game and comes with some necessary bugs Personal apology from co-creator David Braben.
For the full patch notes on Update 9, including information on the new Multi-Limpet Controller module now available for star ships, see the official Border Forum.
https://www.polygon.com/22826609/elite-dangerous-odyssey-new-srv-scorpion-release-date-price Elite Dangerous players get first new ground vehicle since 2015