The most recent update to Vostok Games' free-to-play online FPS, Survarium, is live. Titled Survarium 0.40, the update brings changes to the user interface, weapon modules, economy, and more.
In addition to general changes, the developers have also added new missions, voice-overs, and music. And, of course, there have also been a wide variety of Quality of Life changes -- as well as sad news for anyone who really like the Christmas sweaters and pants. Sorry guys.
Full details on the update can be found on the Survarium site.
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