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Aliens Fireteam Elite Day-One Update will add Horde Mode, full patch notes

Aliens Fireteam Elite releases on August 24th and Cold Iron Studios has detailed its day-1 update. According to the team, this first patch will a Horde Mode to the game.

Additionally, it will bring some optimizations improvements. As the team claims, this patch will have GPU/CPU optimizations and performance improvements for PC. Moreover, it will pack environment and lighting visual improvements across all campaigns.

As with most day-1 patches, this one will be applied automatically to the game when it comes out. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Aliens Fireteam Elite Day-One Update Release Notes

New Features
  • Horde Mode
  • Horde mode is in! Complete the campaign and then talk to Shipp back on the Endeavor to open up this new gameplay mode.
Kits, Weapons, and Combat
  • Balance and difficulty pass for all difficulty levels.
  • “Park’s Store” pricing adjustments.
Enemies and Encounters
  • Xenomorph AI and pathing improvements
  • Population adjustments for multiple campaigns.
Content and Environments
  • Balance and difficulty pass for all difficulty levels.
  • Additional Polish and bug fixing for the end escape sequence in the final mission of “The Only Way to Be Sure” campaign.
  • Targeted GPU/CPU optimizations and performance improvements for PC and all console platforms.
  • Environment and lighting visual improvements across all campaigns.
  • Numerous environment and lighting bug fixes across all campaigns.
General
  • Gameplay and GPU Optimizations
  • Matchmaking stability and bug fixing
  • AI Teammate bug fixing and improvements Localization
  • Support added for:
    • Chinese (Simplified)
    • Chinese (Traditional)
    • French
    • German
    • Italian
    • Portuguese (Brazil)
    • Russian
    • Spanish
    • Czech
    • Polish
    • Korean

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