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Expeditions: Conquistador - Update 1.4 bringt Verbesserungen und mehr Quests

Expeditions: Conquistador (Strategie) von Logic Artists
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Ein Content-Update für Expeditions: Conquistador auf Version 1.4 steht bereit. Der Patch erhöht die Benutzerfreundlichkeit, verbessert die Mexiko-Kampagne und fügt neue Quests/Events hinzu.

  • Verbesserung der Grafik und Implementierung dynamischer Lichteffekte
  • 30 Platzhalter-Events für Modder, um damit eigene Quests und Events zu erstellen.
  • Überarbeitete zweite Kampagne des Spiels, welche in Mexiko stattfindet
  • Neue Events und Quests (mit über 3500 Wörtern), u.a. für erfahrene Spieler
  • Viele Teile des Spiels wurden weiterentwickelt. Diese Änderungen basieren auf dem Feedback der Community und sollen generell die Spielmechanik verbessern.

Das dänische Entwicklerstudio Logic Artists will das Spiel auch in Zukunft weiter überarbeiten.

Update-Notes 1.4
- Added Italian localisation and localised cutscenes!
- Implemented the ability to set a long-distance path by clicking on a map icon! We're pretty stoked about that.
- Equipment slots now act as buttons so you can just click once to assign however much equipment you want.
- Added timed victory conditions (Eliminate enemies in X turns and Escape in X turns) for certain battles in Mexico to force aggressive play.
- Added 3 new guard failure events, two of which will only trigger during Mexico, each of which has a battle with a new little twist.
- Added 2 new Tinkering random events.
- Added 2 new Travel random events (both of which are nasty, of course).
- Added 1 new Patrol random event with an optional battle.
- Added 1 new Treatment random event.
- Added 5 new personal random events (for Bernardo, Enrique, Gabriela, Sierra, and Teresa).
- Increased enemy ranks, equipment, and in a few cases even numbers in battles all throughout Mexico.
- Reduced the amount of Peccaries and Herbs that spawn in Mexico.
- Changed hunting so the result no longer scales with the size of your expedition, and your Survival skill now affects the result.
- Made the World Resources difficulty setting no longer affect the result of the hunting task.
- Critical success in camp failure checks are no longer possible in Mexico - there is now a 10% chance of attack in Mexico instead of the previous 5%.
- Implemented a "Very High" camp task difficulty level and used it for the three terrain types that are unique to Mexico.
- Implemented a subtle Bloom to give the game a brighter, more Central American look (you can turn it off in the Options if you don't like it).
- Implemented a cap to how many items of each type that you can bring into a battle depending on your Tactics skill.
- Tied the item placement radius in combat to your Tactics skill as well.
- Raised the material costs of constructing all items.
- Made a follower's Tinkering skill determine how many materials they spend on constructing items.
- Critical hits will now always destroy 1 point of equipment from a randomly selected slot.
- That enough difficulty for you? Huh? Happy now? Careful what you wish for, amigo!
- Being within the range of a light source now displays the "Illuminated" debuff during night battles.
- Furthermore, pre-placed light sources (torches, campfires, car headlights) and lantern fire now also illuminate nearby characters.
- Reduced the range of Torches from 3 to 2.
- Fire now provides partial cover in the hex it's burning on.
- Increased the amount of Valuables you get if you steal from the Ancient Temple from 2500 to 6000.
- Fixed bug that would occur when going to Mexico from Hispaniola and then going back to the main menu and launching Mexico.
- Fixed the cheeky loading screen non-hint for Aguirre being displayed even when not in Aguirre difficulty.
- Fixed a logic glitch that was causing the Conspiracy quest in the Aztec storyline to be infinitely repeatable.
- No more preparation phase in the Ruined Temple battles (since you don't have traps yet at that point anyway).
- Moved the free move zone around Tenochtitlan so it's no longer possible to rest on the causeway between battles during the siege.
- Added a couple of missing "Begin battle." choice nodes in the Jungle Hunters event and reduced the equipment you get from the Higuey Village fight.
- Reduced the XP rewards for the quests at the end of Hispaniola, as well as for a few of the exploration events and side quests.
- Added the morale number after the morale level description for each follower in the camp management window.
- Added an indication to the troop selection menu for battles of whether or not there will be a preparation phase.
- Put a 10 day deadline on the Abduction event to occur.
- Prevented the Tribal Attack event from playing until you've earned at least 600 Total XP.
- Added missing diacritics to a bunch of the Spanish follower names.
- Fixed MayanBanditsQuestCompleted flag being set instead of MasayaVillageHostile if you attacked the Masaya Village and won.
- Fixed the goal text of "Gutiérrez's Fate" sending you north when in fact you should be heading towards the south-west.
- Fixed a logic glitch where Coyotl or Citlalli could participate in the Pearl Fishers event even if they weren't in the party.
- Fixed "The Poisoned Spring" goal description asking for 10 herbs when in fact the quest requires 25.
- Fixed a thing where you could spend movement points without moving if you kept clicking under your own horse.
- Fixed a hex under a house in Papantla being walkable so you could walk right through the corner of the building.
- Fixed a bug that would allow you to promote three Sergeants if one of them was injured.
- Fixed a bug where the Governor would not be registered as dead if Leandra won the battle for Santo Domingo.
- Made it so you only have to camp once before Santo Domingo is restored after the battle.
- Made sure the Tournament won't be added back to the map after the battle for Santo Domingo if Noriega is dead...
- Made extra special sure that Coyotl and Citlalli won't leave AFTER the battle for Tenochtitlan, and that they'll leave even if they're injured.
- Added 30 new placeholder events to Mexico that modders can hook into in order to add new content if they want.

Das taktische Rollenspiel mit rundenbasiertem Kampfsystem ist erhältlich für PC, Mac und Linux zum Preis von 19,99 Euro auf Steam und den folgenden Plattformen: GOG.com, Gamersgate, Greenman Gaming und Desura.

Quelle: bitComposer Games


Solon25 schrieb am
Soeben wurde das Spiel über Steam auf 1.5 aktualisiert. Bringt neben Bugfixes jetzt auch die Deutschen Texte mit sich :)
SSBPummeluff schrieb am
Dann kann man sich ja für die Entwickler nur freuen. Ich selbst mag das Spiel auch, auch wenn ich es pausiert habe, es war einfach zu leicht auf normal und ein anderes Spiel hat es mir angetan^^ Es gibt auch zu viele Spiele die mich interessieren, gerade wieder ein ansprechendes entdeckt, immer diese Indies, sollen mal in die Sommerpause gehen :D
Kajetan schrieb am
SSBPummeluff hat geschrieben:Klingt nach einem ziemlich guten Update, irgendwie habe ich nicht daran gedacht dass da noch was gemacht wird^^
Die Jungs sind vom unerwarteten Zuspruch ein wenig überrascht gewesen :)
Si Dios Quiera! Rettet die Seelen der Heiden! Befreit sie von all dem Gold, dass sie nur in Versuchung bringt!! Ataque!
*raffgierige & brutale conquistadeuse raushäng lass*
SSBPummeluff schrieb am
Klingt nach einem ziemlich guten Update, irgendwie habe ich nicht daran gedacht dass da noch was gemacht wird^^
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