Hood: Outlaws and Legends have discarded its PvP mode and launched a PvE mode in place of it. For those who don’t know, the PvP or multiplayer mode allows players to face off each other whereas a PvE mode, which literally stands for player vs environment, allows players to fight computer-controlled enemies.
Coming back to Hood: Outlaws and Legends, instead of players competing against each other as they used to in PvP mode, they will now be put together in a team of four players who would compete against computer-controlled sheriffs and guards.
To make sure that players try the new mode, Hood: Outlaws and Legends have placed a reward for players who will complete the state heist without dying. The players will be rewarded with a Shadow Lords skin for the character they are playing as. The rewards were made available on August 2.
The skins are shown in the tweet embedded below.
We are not sure if players would embrace the new mode, but it certainly is a breath of fresh air to try something new other than the multiplayer mode of the game since its inception. Players might miss playing against one another but they would be kept on their toes as the computer bots are sharper, quicker, and have more devastating attacks.
Like any other PvE game, players will also be defeated if the opposition, or in this case, the sheriff can destroy the winching system before the stolen treasures are carried off to safety. It definitely sounds like many strategies that players will need to learn.
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