Vigor's Season 5: Renegades Features Wild West Theme And Sawmill Shootout
Free-to-play survival game Vigor has just started it's Season 5, titled "Renegades," and it's got a distinct "Wild West" theme. True, it takes place in Norway and not Nevada, but you can pretend that the drifting snow is actually tumbleweeds if you use a little imagination.
Battle pass rewards include such accessories as cowboy hats, bandannas, and old school spectacles, perfect for tricking out your Scandanavian buckaroo. The Sawmill map, which could be in 1850s California if you squint hard enough, is open for deadly business for both Shootout and Encounters.
Speaking of Encounters, they're now open for trios, in addition to duos or "Lone Wolf" mode, where you can go for bigger rewards by taking on other groups solo. On the other end of things, you can team up with four of your buddies and go into Elimination mode in five-person pre-made groups.
Learn everything else you need to know about Vigor's Season 5 here.
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