The following advanced turret weapons can now be upgraded to Level 24 using new blueprints from the Event Prizes store:
ONP Unit Improvements
The Elite Rifleman, BMP-1 now have 20% greater HP at all levels.
This is in addition to the increases of 20% HP each unit received in the June 29 and July 13 updates.
(Thunder Run only): The MQ-8B also gains 20% greater HP at all levels
DoV’s version of this unit already has boosted HP
Hardware TOC Allocation
In Single-Player AI bases and AI-controlled bases on the Map, now 40% of available Hardware loot will come from destroying the TOC. Destroying Hardware Depots alone will yield only 60% of the total Hardware in the base.
In addition, a bug was fixed that previously caused AI bases to shift less than the intended amount of loot from Hardware Depots into the TOC. The new 40% assignment should apply in all cases now, even on second and following attacks against the same base.
(Thunder Run only) Non-Map Matchmaking Improved
A bug has been fixed in the match-making system used for Thunder Run’s “Non-map” regions. This fix makes it more likely that players looking for a Multiplayer opponent will be able to find one, instead of being told there is nobody to fight.
There’s only 24 hours left in the Thunder Run end of Season 6 Clan Tournament!
At this point in the tournament, Wheres The Rent are in the lead with 14,241 points. OPLAN TOKHANG PH are in 2nd with 8,776 points, and xXnew mapXx are rounding out the top 3 with 4,283 points.
If you plan to change Clans before the tournament ends, you may do so, but don’t wait until the very last minute. Please join your final tournament Clan at least one hour before the tournament ends (1600 GMT). This will ensure that points are credited to the proper Clans.
For similar reasons, if you plan to change Clans after the tournament, please stay in your tournament Clan for at least one hour after the tournament ends (1800 GMT).
Season 7 Opens: July 13
Season 7 will begin immediately after the end of the tournament. The following changes are planned for Season 7:
The “shark tank” level at which players can be attacked by anyone will rise from Level 33 to Level 39. This change gives Level 36-38 players protection against attacks from higher-level enemies.
Two new maps, Maps 608 and 609, will open to all players.
Four older maps will be retired: Maps 203, 206, 223, and 225.
The Elite Rifleman, BMP-1, and MQ-8B now have 10% greater HP.
The option to trade in expired ONP for Hardware will be available again during the next special event week.
When using consumable items like missiles and boosts in battle, if you have more than one stack of the same item with different expiration dates, the game will now use up the earliest-expiring stack first.
A “restack” button has been added to the Warehouse inventory. Pressing this button will organize your items into the fewest stacks possible to save space. (note: stacks with different expiration dates must still remain separate, and the usual stacking limit for each item type still applies).
Fixed a bug that caused the chat text box to lose keyboard focus when the mouse cursor is moved away from it.
Left-over Ops Needs Points can be traded in for Hardware after the end of this special event.
When the special event store closes this Saturday, June 24 at 1700GMT, any remaining ONP in your Warehouse will automatically convert to “Obsolete ONP” that you can trade in for Hardware, at a ratio of 2 Hardware per ONP.
To perform the trade-in, wait until after the event Store closes on Saturday at 1700 GMT, then click the “Obsolete ONP” item in your Warehouse and choose “Trade All In”.
Obsolete ONP must be traded in for Hardware before the start of the next event; it cannot be carried over between event weeks.
This is a one-week-only offer. We will let you know in advance if we plan ONP trade-ins for any future week.
Hardware storage is limited by your Depot space. Check your Hardware Depots before trading.