The Farm 51 continues to work on its development but does not offer details of when it will be able to be purchased again.
The development of World War 3 is still very active despite the silence of its creators in recent months. The action-shooter video game is still out of purchase, but it has just welcomed a major update that aims to continue to improve the public’s perception of the production, very little appreciated in its original launch in Steam Early Access.
Through a trailer The Farm 51 highlights some of the changes introduced in World War 3: improvements in map design, improvements in the animations of the weapon game, introduction of the backpack function to modify equipment on the fly, a revised driving experience and lastly, work has been done on a game interface redesign to provide clearer information to the user.
Can’t buy World War 3 yet
The also creators of Chernobylite hope to continue offering details about the video game in future dates, thus breaking the silence that has been during this last year. In fact, World War 3 was removed from sale on Steam about a year ago in order to seek a new approach to shooter although, as can be seen, servers were kept open for its already established community.
World War 3 is presented as a multiplayer tactical FPS set in a modern global conflict with massive battles. In addition to this video game, The Farm 51 is working on the final details of Chernobylite for its launch on PC through Steam this July 28. In fact, yesterday they shared a new trailer focused on the survival-horror story that will take players back to the city of Prypiat.
World War 3 has been described in some occasions as an FPS inspired by Battlefield, a saga that prepares for the autumn premiere of BF 2042. If you want to know more about this title you can read our impressions about Battlefield 2042.
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