New enemies, new missions, and more are coming to Atlas - FREE! Play the new Starlink: Battle for Atlas holiday update starting December 21!
In Starlink: Battle for Atlas, you’re part of a group of heroic interstellar pilots, dedicated to saving the Atlas star system from the Forgotten Legion, an evil robot force. Starlink: Battle for Atlas offers a whole new gameplay experience: build your own modular Starship model, mount it on your controller, and take part in epic space combats. Equip your model with different parts and your Starship changes in game in real time. Assemble your fleet, mix and match your pilots, Starships and weapons to create your own play style and defeat the enemy.
NARRATOR: Greetings pilots.
We have new, free content in Starlink: Battle for Atlas.
Check out the new enemy units, a new activity
and a brand new photo mode.
First up, brand new enemy units have arrived in the Atlas star
The Sentinel is a Legion unit that
scouts the area for threats and calls nearby Legion
to their position.
These sentinels summon gravity orbs that redirect and absorb
Use the pluck mechanic to remove their cores and disable them.
Obelisks you will find on Sonatus, Ashar, and Necrom.
They defend their troops with highly focused light beams.
You must strategically remove its center power cell
to disable the unit.
Snowcatches and Prickleburrs appear on Tundria and Haven,
These pesky flora attach themselves to starships
and slow them down.
Destroy them or pick them up and throw them at your enemy
to use them to your advantage.
Gloom Gobs and Bile Bombs are a new and different challenge
that we've introduced to the environments of Necrom
These nasty blobs will follow anything that attacks them
and grow when taking damage, eventually exploding on impact.
Be careful, the bigger they are, the more damage they do.
Ash worms live exclusively in the acid pools on Ashar.
These creatures are extremely aggressive,
attacking ships on sight.
Sand worms roam Kirite, the desert planet.
Attempt to pluck their scales and deliver them
to expedition outposts for rare mods.
But be careful, these relentless creatures
will not let up without a chase.
We still do not know where the spirit of electrum came from
or exactly what it is.
It is a mystifying entity that drops electrum
when provoked, but will attempt to flee
as soon as it is spotted.
Electrum asteroids are rare chunks
of earth and metal saturated with electrum
that are thought to be the result of an experiment
performed by the Wardens in an attempt to artificially fill
Atlas with more electrum.
You can find these in space.
We have added a brand new activity
that we call Outlaw Fortifications.
You can find these fortifications all over Atlas,
and they are defended by Scrapper and Ravager turrets.
These turrets are equipped with defenses
that must be disabled using your active shield ability.
Time it just right to reflect the turret's projectiles back
and make them vulnerable.
Finally, we are very happy to announce
that we are introducing a photo mode to Starlink:
Battle for Atlas.
Capture your favorite moment using
several tools, such as depth of field,
exposure, saturation, and vignette.
Add an overlay to personalize your very own screenshot
The dev team went crazy with this new mode,
showing off their creativity.
So we can't wait to see what your photos look like.
We hope that you will enjoy all the new content
we have packed into our early holiday gift.
Thanks for playing, pilots, and happy holidays
from the entire Starlink team.
Other tags: starlink ravager turret, expedition outpost starlink