Among the game’s notable changes in the 1.5 update are the game worlds being open 24/7, as opposed to their previous three-hour window, and players can now regenerate twice as often per day. Water — yes, plain old water — also gets a buff, with players able to go a full hour without drinking and “You are now always able to drink water from a well as long as you are not overloaded,” which eliminates issues like “Sorry, I’m full on ammo, I can’t drink any more.”
In even better free-to-play news, the free trial period has been eliminated, so you can play as long as you like without purchasing a supporter’s pack.
Meanwhile, the dev team has gone “back to the drawing board with our plans to re-set the game.” That means that there won’t be major changes for the time being, since “we have no convincing plan for the future of the game.” Uh, that sounds … what’s the opposite of “good”?
If you’re still interested in a game that, by the devs’ own admission, has no plan for the future, you can read the full patch notes for The Exiled’s Oct. 6 update here.