Landfall has launched a pretty big Totally Accurate Battlegrounds update, bringing a Battle Pass, reporting system, and more to the quirky Battle Royale game on PC.
Totally Accurate Battlegrounds is a spinoff of Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, a game that lets you send waves of wonky fighters into battle with hilarious results. The Battlegrounds spinoff, however, shrinks the scale to sixty players — naturally, while keeping the same odd movement and charm that made its predecessor so popular. Now, a new update has arrived with some cool new stuff for players to enjoy!
Battle Pass Debuts in New Totally Accurate Battlegrounds Update
The first major addition in today's Totally Accurate Battlegrounds update is the introduction of a Battle Pass with both free and paid tracks, the latter of which will cost you a grand total of $6. The Battle Pass includes cosmetics, MC rewards, and G-Mode music.
Also arriving today is a reporting system to deal with cheaters. Landfall hopes that this will reduce issues with the handful of people who have managed to get around the game's anti-cheat system. That's not the only quality-of-life improvement, either; a result screen and leaderboards will now be shown at the end of every match.
There are some pretty visible in-game changes, too — Area 64 has been "completely reworked" and it should look a lot different from when you last saw it. Feast your eyes on the collage of screenshots above to get an idea of how it's changed.
Of course, this update also makes a bunch of balance changes and bug fixes; you can read the full Totally Accurate Battlegrounds patch notes for all the fine details. If you haven't yet jumped into this great Battle Royale game, you can play Totally Accurate Battlegrounds for free on Steam right now.
What do you think of the additions in today's Totally Accurate Battlegrounds update? What other changes would you like to see come to the game? Let us know in the comments below!