The latest update for Hunter’s Arena: Legends adds one of the community’s most requested featured: cross party invites between PC and PlayStation.
Developed by Mantisco, Hunter’s Arena: Legends is the latest breakout battle royale hit. Having stepped out of Steam Early Access, the game is also being featured as August’s headline PlayStation Plus freebie.
Update 1.06 is out now on all platforms – if you’re playing this weekend then you will bag 1.5x the amount of SP earned during matches. This event runs between August 21st, 00:00 to August, 22nd, 11:55pm (BST).
Hunter’s Arena: Legends Update 1.06 Patch Notes
PARTY MAKING BETWEEN PC AND PLAYSTATION
At last, you will be able to add and invite friends from different platforms.
You will be able to compete with each other in Tag match or fight together in Trio mode.
“Spectral Dash” cooldown has increased.
“Dark Storm” damage has decreased.
“Focused Strike” damage has decreased.
“Dragon Tornado” damage has increased.
“Dissonance” projectile speed has increased.
“Illusion Overture” projectile speed has increased.
“Illusion Overture” second phase activates faster.
Fixed being able to use basic attack or Martial arts while using “Force Barrier”
“Death Embrace” Super Armor activates when launching towards enemy.
“Shadow Blade” range has increased.
“Shadow Slash” range has increased.
“Vanish” activates faster and maintains invisibility while running.
Delay after drinking potion has decreased.
Guard’s motion delay has been removed. However, you cannot use guard in the middle of a basic attack or skill.
Super Skill can be activated during quickstep.
Tag buff has been removed.
BUG FIXES AND SYSTEM UPDATES
Displaying cooldown for Tag while not having any available characters to switch with has been fixed.
UI/Text has been updated.
Mumyung’s “Shadow Clone” tracking invisible players has been fixed.
Hunter’s Arena: Legends recently hit 300,000 daily active players. Played in solo or trios, your objective is to be the last fighter (or team) standing, collecting rare gear to supercharge your martial arts combat abilities. Its frenzied melee gameplay is easy to pick up though hard to master without feeling like mindless button-bashing.
Source: Hunter’s Arena