To start off let's have a look at the number one request. Another vehicle. The dirtbike is now set and ready to return to the island! Now with modular capabilities.
We won't be getting into the details of the dirtbike as you already saw them when first introduced so let's just go through what's new. Naturally as they are modular you will need to find parts before you can get them working again. In case of the bike it's simple: wheels. You will need find a set of wheels to equip on the bike before you can roll it to the gas station or mechanic to fill it up with gas.
Other than that it's the same good ol dirtbike you love, with improved physics of the modular vehicles.
Speaking of gas:
Now how can we be the most realistic survival game out there if we don't make you think about gas prices. I mean that's like the no 1 real life feature for a lot of us these days. Ok but getting serious this is a new feature meant to combat 2 issues we got from your feedback. Gas being readily available and money inflation.
So from now on make sure you have your card ready when hitting the station so you can pay what you use. And watch for those pesky raiders that camp the stations.
Some good news for you Bob the builders. You can now expand the element limit even further with 2 new Expansion kits.
Available at the General goods, and not for cheap, the 25 and 50 options are available. Do keep in mind the maximum you can expand the elements on the flag is for 75 extra. So don't over expend.
So let's talk about something connected to base raiding. Everything in balance. There is one new explosive in the game: TNT.
This new item is powerful and comes with multiple uses. It can be attached to walls like C4 or thrown. In both cases you will need to have a lighter or matches in your inventory. So don't be coming to bug reports saying it doesn't explode. But that's not all, from now on the pipe bomb also has the same functionality. So you might think that makes grenades inferior? Well guess again, grenades can now be attached to walls as well, with ductape.
And let's add some more details to the metabolism. We have foot abrasions but what about them hands? Well now you need to take care of them as well. They work similar to foot abrasions but then again very different. You can get hand abrasions with most actions you do. From crawling, chopping wood or making repairs to rowing or pushing wheelbarrows. So make sure you wear the right gloves for the job. Thick gloves and thin gloves will give you the same amount of protection but the thin gloves will tear faster than thick ones. Gloves that have holes in them will offer no protection.
And of course we know what date it is so we have to have something for the ladies or anyone who feels like one. So make a statement with these new fashion trends.