Ship of Heroes Updates UI
Ship of Heroes has been doing some work on their UI in recent weeks and released a new blog that goes over the details of what players can see in-game now. As of now, all window frames can be moved to where the player wants, from inventory, powers, merchants, the character sheet, and mission windows. In addition, windows can be resized, while the size/scale of content within them stays the same. You might fit more chat into a window, but the font size remains the same. They also added a font-size adjustment to the interface settings.
In addition to this, there were a host of other updates that went into this latest release. Game sounds can be adjusted, character portraits saw a few changes, and the significance manager will let players make tradeoffs between FPS and graphical quality, depending on the strength of their computer, and the quality of their internet connection they have at the time. They’re also working on a few more powersets, but are going to hold off on showing them off until they organize a CCT Beta. This Beta will be the fourth system test that is open to the community, but there are other improvements that need to be made first. Those who are interested can click the link below to learn more.
Articles You May Enjoy
- League of Legends Taric: Shield of Valoran Rework Review
- Taric has been a support mainstay practically since the creation of League of Legends.
- Star Supremacy launches on LeKool and expands to more publishers
- LeKool has announced the official launch of its published version of Star Supremacy.