Up and running for more than 3 years now, World War 1 first-person shooter Verdun has received a new serving of content in the shape of another free update, now live on PC.
The update adds the Frontlines 64 mode which, as the name suggests, takes the already existing Frontlines mode and adapts it to suit 64-player battles. Full bot support will help maintain the balance of numbers as players join and leave. Those looking to create their own private matches in this mode will be happy to hear that they can do so and adjust the number of bots on the maps.
The Senegalese Tirailleurs are Verdun's newest French Assault squad. They come equipped with four new weapons: the offensive No1 Grenade, Coupe-Coupe Machete, the Petard Raquette explosive, alongside the MLE. 1907 Berthier bolt-action rifle.
Verdun also received a new map, which sees the Entente and Central Powers battle it out amidst the fallen trees and trenches of the St. Mihiel Salient.
Lastly, a series of gameplay changes including less lethal barbed wire, an enhanced spawn overview map and map voting at the end of the round are also introduced. All the content here, alongside all previous updates will make it to consoles in one big serving sometime next year. Verdun is available on PC, Xbox One and PS4.