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  • Mechwarrior Online: Neuer Mech, neue Map, Verbrauchsgüter - Patch Notes

    Die Entwickler von Mechwarrior Online spielten wie angekündigt am 19. März das Open Beta Update 13 auf die Live-Server des Online-Shooters auf. Mit dabei: Der Jagermech, die Wüstenkarte Tourmaline Desert und die umstrittenen Verbrauchsgegenstände.


    Am 19. März erschien für Mechwarrior Online das Open Beta Update 13. Wir bereits im Vorfeld angekündigt veröffentlicht das Team von Piranha Games mit dem neuesten Patch unter anderem den Jagermech und die Wüstenkarte Tourmaline Desert. Obendrein gibt's einige Anpassungen und Neuerungen im Bereich der Steuerung.

    Außerdem kommen mit dem aktuellen Update für Mechwarrior Online die im Vorfeld mitunter heiß diskutierten Verbrauchsgegenstände ins Spiel. Die vollständigen Patch Notes zum Mechwarrior Online Open Beta Update 13 findet Ihr im Anschluss. Falls Ihr Euch schon auf den Servern austoben konntet – was ist Euer erster Eindruck von den Verbrauchsgütern? Wie gefällt Euch die neue Map?

    Mechwarrior Online: Patch Notes für Open Beta Update 13 (1.2.204)

    JagerMech
    JagerMech JM6-DD
    • Tonnage:  65
    • Engine:  260 XL
    • Top Speed:  64.8 kph
    • Max Engine Rating: 315
    • Armor:  232 (Ferro-Fibrous)
    • Torso Movement:
      • 110 degrees to each side
      • 20 degrees up and down
    • Arm Movement:
      • 0 degrees to each side
      • 35 degrees up and down
    • Weapons & Equipment:
      • Left Arm:  Ultra AC/5, AC/2
      • Left Torso:  Medium Pulse Laser, CASE
      • Right Torso:  Medium Pulse Laser, CASE
      • Right Arm:  Ultra AC/5, AC/2
    • Internal Structure: Standard
    • Hardpoints:
      • Left Arm:  3 Ballistic
      • Left Torso:  1 Energy, 1 AMS
      • Right Torso:  1 Energy
      • Right Arm:  3 Ballistic
    • Heat Sinks:  10 Single
    • Jump Jets:  n/a
    • ECM Capable?:  No
    • Module Slots:  2
     

    JagerMech JM6-A
    • Tonnage:  65
    • Engine:  260
    • Top Speed:  64.8 kph
    • Max Engine Rating: 315
      • Armor:  256 (Standard)
    • Torso Movement:
      • 90 degrees to each side
      • 20 degrees up and down
    • Arm Movement:
      • 0 degrees to each side
      • 35 degrees up and down
    • Weapons & Equipment:
      • Left Arm:  LRM 15, AC/2
      • Left Torso:  Medium Laser
      • Right Torso:  Medium Laser
      • Right Arm:  LRM 15, AC/2
    • Internal Structure:  Standard
    • Hardpoints:
      • Left Arm:  1 Ballistic, 2 Missile
      • Left Torso:  1 Energy, 1 AMS
      • Right Torso:  1 Energy
      • Right Arm:  1 Ballistic, 2 Missile
    • Heat Sinks:  10 Single
    • Jump Jets:  n/a
    • ECM Capable?:  No
    • Module Slots:  2
     

    JagerMech JM6-S
    • Tonnage:  65
    • Engine:  260
    • Top Speed:  64.8 kph
    • Max Engine Rating: 315
    • Torso Movement:
      • 110 degrees to each side
      • 20 degrees up and down
    • Armor: 192 (Standard)
    • Arm Movement:
      • 0 degrees to each side
      • 35 degrees up and down
    • Weapons & Equipment:
      • Left Arm:  AC/5, AC/2
      • Left Torso:  Medium Laser
      • Right Torso:  Medium Laser
      • Right Arm:  AC/5, AC/2
    • Internal Structure: Standard
    • Hardpoints:
      • Left Arm:  2 Ballistic
      • Left Torso:  2 Energy, 1 AMS
      • Right Torso:  2 Energy
      • Right Arm:  2 Ballistic
    • Heat Sinks:  10 Single
    • Jump Jets:  n/a
    • ECM Capable?:  No
    • Module Slots:  2
     
     
    Tourmaline Desert
    The Tourmaline Desert is found on a small sun-baked planetoid in a binary star system. The bedrock is largely granite covered, with a thin layer of schist and sporadic veins of liquid sodium. The most striking features, however, are the endless, towering outcrops of massive tourmaline crystals that reach up against a scarlet nebula. The mean temperature is ~97°C, with an atmosphere comprised mainly of carbon dioxide with trace amounts of methane, ammonia, sodium and water vapour.
     
    The planetoid is located along a strategic corridor, and has therefore seen many battles over the past centuries. In some circles it is known as ‘The Boneyard’ as its surface is littered with the carcasses of abandoned BattleMechs and wrecked dropships. A derelict 52000 ton Mammoth class cargo carrier dropship can be found half-buried in the middle of the desert with its bones jutting out into the sky. Slowly being consumed by the desert’s blowing sand, the last two centuries have left it sand-blasted and corroded.
     
    BattleMech warriors will have a challenging fight ahead of them. Heat management will be a huge priority, and steep walled craters may pen them in for easy pickings. The giant tourmaline crystals will offer some protection from missile barrages, but the long corridors and accessible peaks will make any BattleMech vulnerable to sniper fire.
     

     
    New Consumables Modules
    General Notes
    • Consumable modules cannot be sold back to the store.
    • Cool Shot is activated by pressing Delete (when a cool shot module is equipped).
    • If more than one type of cool shot module is equipped, the first press of Delete will activate the Cool Shot 6.
      • The second press will activate Cool Shot 9 or Cool Shot 9 by 9 or Cool Shot 18 (whichever is equipped).
    • If the player shuts down while coolant flushing, the flush pauses and any remaining flush automatically resumes after powering up.
    • If a consumable module is not used during a match, it is not consumed and remains on the BattleMech
     
    Cool Shot 6
    • Only one of these can be equipped on a BattleMech at a time.
    • Consumed upon use.
    • Costs 10,000 CBills.
    • When used, it removes 6 heat per second, for 1 second, from your BattleMech(in addition to the standard heat loss from your heat sinks).
      • This is equivalent to the cooling provided by 60 single heat sinks.
     

    Cool Shot 9
    • Only one of these can be equipped on a BattleMech at a time.
    • Cannot be equipped on a BattleMech that has a Cool Shot 18 equipped.
    • Consumed upon use.
    • Costs 40,000 CBills.
    • When used, it removes 9 heat per second, for 1 second, from your BattleMech(in addition to the standard heat loss from your heat sinks).
      • This is equivalent to the cooling provided by 90 single heat sinks.
     

    Cool Shot 18
    • Only one of these can be equipped on a BattleMech at a time.
    • Cannot be equipped on a BattleMech that has a Cool Shot 9 equipped.
    • Consumed upon use.
    • Costs 15 MC.
    • When used, it removes 18 heat per second, for 1 second, from your BattleMech(in addition to the standard heat loss from your heat sinks).
      • This is equivalent to the cooling provided by 180 single heat sinks.
     

    New Modules
    Cool Boost
    • Costs 15,000 GXP.
    • When bought, automatically increases the cooling provided by every cool shot by 20%.
    • Does not need to be equipped to a BattleMech.
     

    Cool Shot 9 by 9
    • Costs 15,000 GXP.
    • When bought, automatically upgrades all Cool Shot 9 modules into Cool Shot 9 by 9 modules.
    • Cool Shot 9 by 9 modules removed 18 heat per second for 1 second.
    • All other stats/costs/restrictions are the same as Cool Shot 9.
     

    BattleMech Cockpit Items
    • Atlas Statue.
    • Catapult Statue.
    • Hunchback Statue.
     

    BattleMech Skin
    • Vagabond Skin.
     
     
    Gameplay
    New Controls
    • Added Arm Lock gameplay option (ON by default):
      • When Arm Lock is enabled, the arm reticule is fixed to the torso crosshairs and moves at the same rate as the torso.
    • Added Throttle Decay gameplay option (ON by default).  When Throttle Decay is enabled:
    • Gameplay options can be enabled/disabled on the fly from the new in-game Options Screen.
      • Pressing the ‘W’ key will sets the throttle to 100%.
      • Pressing the ‘S’ key will sets the throttle to -100%.
      • Releasing the ‘W’ and ‘S’ key sets the throttle to 0.
    • Keyboard users can now use the NumPad to directly control throttle (using the 0-9, +, -, and . keys). 
    • New Bind: “F" - centers Feet to Torso.
    • New Bind: “Shift” - toggles Arm Lock while held. 
    • Analog turn support for joysticks.
     

    In-game Options
    • The Video, Game, and Control settings are accessible via the in-game pause menu.
     

    Catapult Variant Quirks
    • The CPLT-A1, CPLT-C1, and CPLT-C4 have had their torso twist angle reduced from 140 to 120.
    • The CPLT-A1, CPLT-C1, and CPLT-C4 have had their arm pitch angle reduced from 45 to 35.
    • The CPLT-K2 has had its torso twist angle reduced from 140 to 110.
     

    Raven Hitbox Adjustment
    • The hitbox complexity of the Raven has been reduced.
    • This will result in the Raven being hit much easier and brings it on par with it's light counterparts.
     
     
    Bug Fixes
    Gameplay
    • When a user is killed with jump jets on, the jump jets will now turn off properly.
    • SRMs will no longer set off the "INCOMING MISSILES" warning.
    • Fixed an issue where firing SRMs at close range at an enemy BattleMech's leg does little to no damage.
     
    Mech
    • Added in the laser caps that were missing from the CPLT-K2's center torso.
    • The machine guns on the CPLT-K2's side torsos will disappear when the user removes them.
    • Autocannons and Gauss Rifles are now represented with the appropriate meshes on the CPLT-K2.
     
    Options
    • Fixed a key binding corruption issue that could occur when switching between user accounts.
    • Resolved an issue where the native resolution of the user’s current desktop was not available in the in-game list.
    • Fixed the Invert Throttle bind so it actually flips the current throttle value.
    • Improved the Action Map binding mechanics.
    • Ensured that the user’s custom key bindings are always preserved when controls with new defaults are added.
    • The default system specifications are now properly restored when they are reset.
     
     
    Mechlab
    • Disable scene lighting when the user is viewing the cockpit during customization to reduce saturation.
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  • MechWarrior Online
    MechWarrior Online
    Publisher
    Piranha Games
    Developer
    Piranha Games
    Release
    2012
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    Von slimenator
    Guter Patch! Desert is der Hammer! Beste Karte jedenfalls vom Design!
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    Die neue Karte ist sehenswert. Der JagerMech ist eine Bereicherung. Die neuen Steuerungsoptionen sind ganz nett. Wie…

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      Die neue Karte ist sehenswert. Der JagerMech ist eine Bereicherung. Die neuen Steuerungsoptionen sind ganz nett. Wie sich die Verbrauchsgüte entwickeln wird sich zeigen. Alles im allen ein guter Patch.

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Mechwarrior Online: Neuer Mech, neue Map, Verbrauchsgüter - Patch Notes
Die Entwickler von Mechwarrior Online spielten wie angekündigt am 19. März das Open Beta Update 13 auf die Live-Server des Online-Shooters auf. Mit dabei: Der Jagermech, die Wüstenkarte Tourmaline Desert und die umstrittenen Verbrauchsgegenstände.
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