BR1: INFINITE Unleashes Game-Changing Patch v134.3
Updates include better gameplay and UI, inventory system, news section, and bug fixes.
The highly acclaimed shooter multiplayer online game, BR1: INFINITE has just launched a game-changing update with patch v134.3, introducing a plethora of exciting enhancements to the gameplay and user interface. Among the standout changes is the complete overhaul of the user interface, particularly in the main menu, offering players a more streamlined and user-friendly experience.
The new 5-slot inventory UI is a significant addition, enabling players to carry up to five items at a time. The inventory system has been revamped, allowing players to easily drag and arrange items to their preferred slots, enhancing convenience during intense gameplay. The developers have also reworked the recoil system for hipfire, third-person, and first-person shooting to provide a more immersive and satisfying gunplay experience.
In the multiplayer segment, BR1: INFINITE now boasts nine servers, strategically distributed with three each in North America, Europe, and Asia. This update ensures smoother and more stable gameplay across regions, allowing players from around the world to come together and enjoy seamless matches. Moreover, introducing the new game mode, $1.00 INFINITE, adds further excitement to the multiplayer experience.
Other Additions And Features
A dedicated news section has been added to the main menu to keep players informed, offering regular updates and insights into the world of BR1: INFINITE. Players can now access and monitor their career statistics, including K/D ratio, number of kills, games played, earnings, and more. Other notable features include session history, a leaderboard, Infinite Pass, Store, BR1 Levels, a tutorial for newcomers, a 50-cent airdrop, and comprehensive death screen data.
The studio has left no stone unturned in refining the gaming experience. First-person scopes, crosshairs, and hit registration have been improved for heightened precision. Additionally, players can move freely while accessing the inventory, making gameplay more fluid. The skybox has also received an upgrade, enhancing the game's visual appeal.
To ensure a seamless gaming experience, several bug fixes have been implemented. Notably, lag spikes have been effectively addressed, and grenade kills now register correctly. An amusing bug that awarded players with eliminations and money for self-inflicted explosive kills has been resolved.