Dev Log (1/2/21 – 1/15/21)

New:~Loading Screens with game hints~Notifications menu indicates when you have received a friend request~FOV settings added to Comfort Menu~”Add Friend” Button is available next to players on the “Players In Room” board Updated:~Player has friction when grounded that will slow down their landing~Tutorial respawns you if you break out of map~”_” Key added to keyboard~Watch has been added back to tutorial~Control binding menu depicts each configuration~Larry’s quest music has been…

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Devlog Alpha 1.9.9 – November 20, 2020

New: ~A training mission has been added to Main Lobby ~Custom Games allow the player to modify settings and rules for each game mode ~Quickplay system allows multiple matches to be hosted and the player finds the first available ~Friend requests can be sent and received, which will tell you when a friend is online or not ~Main Menu is available from a jumbotron screen as well as the wrist…

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Devlog Alpha 1.9.7.1

New: ~ Dynamic Reeling ~ Unlockable Items Fixed: ~ A Problem where Infection and Hotseat would not start. ~ A problem where Cosmetics didnt stay attached between scenes ~ A problem where Voice chat got muffled when you were tagged ~ A Problem where players who joined an on going match got pulled into the game. ~ A Problem where you could not take a pumpkin off your head. ~…

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Vertical Shift Releases Alpha v1.6 (Patch Notes)

New– Tag Map BOWL Update- Zip Charges, zip reel will now go on cooldown if used too often. Update-Tag Cooldowns perhand. Update– Tags can now only tag one person however you have a tag per hand. Update added some special sauce to make a few parts of Tag_HQ harder to get out of Fix– Bring End Tutorial button to front of tutorial. Fix– Pillar on player that is Tagged does not…

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Vertical Shift World Background

In 2112, Earth’s air ceased to be breathable in a runaway atmospheric event which later came to be known as the shift. After centuries of ignoring their impact on their atmosphere, Humankind found themselves too late to stop a series of chemical reactions that had begun. Temperatures rose rapidly until the oceans began to boil. This heating of the crust released numerous toxic gases into the atmosphere. Though Humanity was…

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