EA has released another fix for Star Wars: Squadrons on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Update 4.0 carries with it two new ships, the presentation of custom matches and an assortment of bug fixes. Of those, conceivable the greatest expansion is the consideration of custom matchmaking.
As you would have speculated, the component permits you to pick one of the seven presently accessible guides and change the game factors as you see fit. Simultaneously, engineer EA Motive has added a custom worker program, permitting you to bounce into customized games made by others. On the off chance that you have an inclination that you’ve seen all that Star Wars: Squadrons has to bring to the table, a touch of assortment may get you back into the game.
The two new ships joining the game’s program are the B-Wing and Tie Defender. The previous necessities no presentation: it showed up in Return of the Jedi during the climactic last space fight over Endor. The Tie Defender, then, is all the more a profound cut. In the event that you played the majority of the LucasArts games during the 90s, you’ll perceive the Tie Defender from Star Wars: Tie Fighter.
Outside of the update, EA Motive has additionally been tweaking how the game’s matchmaking functions, with the objective of placing major parts in games that will wind up close without making stand by times excessively long.
Star Wars Squadrons creative director Ian Frazier said the studio delivered a few emphasess of a similar change on Friday, with the last one coming out late in the early evening. Generally, it appears to be the tweaking has prompted quicker line times — however, as usual, a few people are griping that they’ve seen longer stand by times. “It’s a tricky balance to hit, so your feedback is welcome,” Frazier said. You can download Star Wars: Squadron’s 4.0 update for nothing.