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Ace Of Spades: Battle Builder

Ace of Spades

Jagex have launched Battle Builder, the latest installment of the popular creative shooter Ace of Spades. The game provides players with a variety of map and level design tools, allowing up to 24 players to work together to quickly create exciting and fully customisable maps. Players can also share completed maps with other members of the Ace of Spades: Battle Builder community over the Steam Workshop.

Maps can be built on one of nine templates based on themes including urban; mountain; lunar; grassland; and temple, before being populated by similarly themed prefabs. Using these structures, like mountains, trees and ruined buildings, allows players to craft all kinds of  different battle maps.

Even further customisation is on offer through tools that provide players with the power to individually carve out blocks and paint objects (or the entire map) in an array of colours. In addition to the map editor, Battle Builder includes previously released DLC, St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, featuring Multi-Hill and VIP game modes.

“The release of Ace of Spades: Battle Builder is huge step forward in the evolution of this unique game. The Map Creator offers long-awaited functionality that massively enhances player collaboration, while combat in the game has been refined and further balanced. Jagex has listened to the game’s player community and kept Ace of Spades: Battle Builder true to its roots to ensure it delivers engaging and fun action.” explained David Cobb, Producer of Ace of Spades at Jagex.

Players who have previously purchased Ace of Spades will receive the Battle Builder content, including the St Valentine’s Day Massacre DLC, for free.

Ace of Spades: Battle Builder is available to purchase now on Steam.

Ace of Spades

Ace of Spades

Ace of Spades

Ace of Spades

Rasher | 16th October, 2013

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