Eximius: Seize the Frontline Patch 1.2.1 Nerfs Bio Injector and Makes AEG Grenade Cheaper

Eximius: Seize the Frontline
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Eximius: Seize the Frontline, the weird hybrid of real-time strategy and first-person shooter genre, has received an important update today. Patch 1.2.0 brings a couple of balancing and vehicle changes along with several bug fixes.

Bio Injector has received notable nerfs. Its usage is reduced from 9 to 6, and its cost is increased to 950 from the previous 500. The cost of the AEG Grenade has been changed as well, however, in its case, it is made cheaper. The said grenade will now cost 650 instead of 900.

You can read the complete patch notes below.

Vehicle Changes
  • Re-tuned all vehicles movement to increase stability
  • Slowed down Crawler and IFV movement slightly
  • Tweaked behavior of all wheeled vehicle when reversing
Balance Changes
  • Bio Injector usage is reduced from 9 to 6
  • Bio Injector cost is increased from 500 to 950
  • AEG Grenade cost is reduced from 900 to 650
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue with Support Crawler NV Service Ironguard will spawn crooked permanently if Support Crawler NV is not on a flat ground
  • Fixed an issue with Support Crawler NV able to spawn more than 2 service Ironguards if player constantly deploys the support Crawler
  • Fixed an issue with Sigma and Sigma Ocular where its wheels do not spin when moving
  • Fixed an issue with tanks unable to throttle when given command on a slope
  • Fixed an issue with Slopes in Academy which is causing difficulties for vehicle to climb
  • Fixed an issue with Sigma if use Face Direction after attack command it will be confused between two targets hence will rotate back and forth between the two target location
  • Fixed an issue with Cargo Improvement research where it will allow Support Crawler to board infantries
  • Fixed an issue with Hellspawn and M33 reserve munition range showed is smaller than its actual firing range
  • Removed unknown collision box from Sunday Mall

You can read the complete patch notes on Steam.

So, what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Eximius: Seize the Frontline recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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