Hawken’s new beta patch adds Predator mech, co-op mode

Hawken

By on November 3, 2013 at 1:32 pm

Hawken‘s new Predator mech sounds like a rogue’s dream: with the ability to turn invisible and a limited scanner with which to see through walls, the new Predator mech is for serious stealth players.

The new mech arrives as part of the October 28 patch, which also brings “Co-op Bot Destruction mode”, where you can team up with friends to fight up to 25 increasingly hard waves of enemy AI bots. This mode gives XP and HC gain like normal.

Offline Bot Training mode is now also available, as — of course — is a huge swathe of bugfixes and patches. Check out the videos below.

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the game that keeps getting better and better! sadly it started at 0, though, but the only way is up!

 

Game any good? It just does not run on my 7970 as it crashes every 2 minutes but it looks good.

 

rapid101,

It’s fun when there are Aussie players on otherwise the netcode with really bad playing on US servers.

 

rapid101:
Game any good? It just does not run on my 7970 as it crashes every 2 minutes but it looks good.

< 7970 user … runs fine, having said that it's not the greatest game ever

 

ive played the game every now n then, and it looks good, but i never got into it, it just feels too Counter strike’y in so called robots.

the nvidia physx effects are nice too but. just never held me

im actually having more fun in mechwarrior online as it FEELS like giant stompy robots

 
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