All of the commotion is true. PlanetSide 2, the free-to-play, massively multiplayer, underrated, yet award-winning, first-person shooter, is getting its first new continent in seven years. PlanetSide 2 plays similar to the official trailer that refuses to show the gameplay footage, which is an amazing feat.
You can find the first chapter of a two-part campaign, set to debut on PlanetSide 2’s nine year anniversary on November 17. Then, the next update for the online game, PlanetSide 2, will arrive in early December was announced by Rogue Games. Coming your way, is an update called Expedition: Oshur, which is described as the first large-scale, water-based continent released in seven years.
Originally, Expedition: Oshur was announced way back in August 2018. Patience for the new update, Expedition: Oshur, brings us awesome news. Back in October 2019, Daybreak Games confirmed a sequel, PlanetSide 3. The sequel should be connected to its predecessor by Planetside Arena, which is an MMO-battle royale.
What Goes On In Oshur?:
In Oshur, you will be able to access wheeled vehicles across of the surface of the water. On the ocean’s floor, where you will find infantry and treaded vehicles, is where the battle extends. When December hits (and there is no exact date announced), on the continent, there will be a series of resource-rich islands for players. You will have the opportunity to earn cosmetics throughout the entire campaign and in-game rewards, including new underwater weapons.
Michael Henderson (the Lead Designer for PlanetSide 2) said, “Rarely do we get to deliver players an entirely new combat space, and it’s been years since a playspace has been created at this scale. The team has done some amazing work bringing this to fruition, and I think our players are really going to dig it.”
What To Expect?:
Rogue Games did mention that it “will be working to craft even more new and unique experiences in the space under Executive Producer, Andy Sites, at the helm.”Andy Chalk from PC Gamer wrote that he reached out to Daybreak to ask about the state of the sequel and that he will give an update, if he receives a reply.