Squad é um jogo em primeira pessoa de 50 jogadores contra 50 que tem como objetivo capturar o realismo em combate através da comunicação e equipe. As principais características incluem jogabilidade de armas combinadas com veículos, mapas em larga escala, construção de base e comunicação por voz (VoIP).
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Data de lançamento: 14/dez/2015

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Observação: Este jogo com acesso antecipado não está completo e pode ou não sofrer alterações no futuro. Caso não esteja com vontade de jogá-lo no estado atual, aconselhamos esperar até que o desenvolvimento esteja mais adiantado. Saiba mais

O que os desenvolvedores têm a dizer:

Por que acesso antecipado?

“Considerando a escala que queremos alcançar e o tempo que levará para atingir toda a gama de de recursos que planejamos oferecer, faz sentido que permitamos nossos fãs e o público maior ter acesso ao jogo enquanto está em desenvolvimento. A natureza do jogo nos permite que separar o jogo em várias partes (por exemplo, combate de infantaria, guerra de armas combinadas com veículos) e expandi-las enquanto continuamos a desenvolver novos recursos em outras áreas. Isto permite que a comunidade aproveite e apoie o jogo e os desenvolvedores enquanto o trabalho continua, um cenário na qual nossos desenvolvedores já estão bastante familiares, temos experiência com modding onde o desenvolvimento rápido e o feedback do jogador são muito importantes.”

Por quanto tempo aproximadamente este jogo estará em acesso antecipado?

“Estamos esperando que Squad permaneça como Acesso Antecipado até meados de 2017.”

Como a versão completa será diferente da versão de acesso antecipado?

“Na versão completa, estamos visando o suporte para servidores com 100 jogadores com 50 jogadores para cada lado. Além disso, temos planejado uma frota completa para cada facção, na qual vai de pequenos veículos (motos) até veículos grandes como helicópteros. Por fim, pretendemos integrar completamente o sistema de Construção de Base incluindo mais estruturas, refinando a construção e fornecimento.”

Qual é o estado atual da versão de acesso antecipado?

“Atualmente Squad está em um estágio onde o combate de infantaria está completamente implementado com veículos adicionados em uma iteração de “primeira passagem”. Atualmente estamos refazendo muitos códigos com sistemas antigos e trabalhando em otimizações bem como aumentando a amplitude do conteúdo.”

O preço do jogo será alterado após o fim do acesso antecipado?

“Ainda não foi determinado se o preço do jogo irá mudar durante ou após o acesso antecipado.”

Como vocês planejam envolver a comunidade durante o processo de desenvolvimento?

“Atualmente os desenvolvedores do Squad são muito ativos nos fóruns, Discord e Reddit coletando feedback e relatórios de bug para melhorar o jogo. Também estamos ativamente apoiando a comunidade de modding e planejamos adicionar suporte completo a modificações no início de 2017.”
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1 de fevereiro

Monthly Recap: January 2017



Hi Squaddies, Happy 2017!

In December we worked hard to release Alpha 8.9 as a special patch on Squads first Steam birthday. We were happy to celebrate the anniversary by streaming CCFN and Squad Ops, and releasing a new patch that included a brand new map for you to play in was our gift to you for the holidays.

The real celebration for our team was having time off over the holidays to focus on our own well-being - a break that had been months in the making. We came back refreshed in January to venture to PAX South and work on all the goodies we wanted to pack into upcoming releases and this recap.



Systems




Tracked and N-Wheeled Vehicles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvLLWGjlmQ8

In a combined effort Drav, Trancer, Norby, Z-Trooper and others have been working on bringing you many new vehicle types and overhauling the existing ones.

Code support for tracked and n-wheeled Vehicles (standing for vehicles that have any number of wheels) has been added, which allows for a whole new spectrum of ground vehicles. In Alpha 7 and 8 all of our vehicles are hard-coded to only four physical wheels, but with n-wheeled and tracked support we'll be able to accurately simulate more of the unique wheel configurations seen in all of the different military vehicles we add, such as the Stryker and MTLB. Or even two wheeled vehicles like motorcycles.

Further adjustments have been made to address the issues of vehicles getting stuck. Vehicles equipped with systems like locking differentials in reality are now also much more capable in the game.





New Inventory System - Progress Update

CoreInventory, introduced in our last recap, has been making incredibly steady progress. Since our last update, we've removed all of the old inventory and weapon code from our Soldier and replaced it with the new Core Inventory code.

We've also cleaned out our old animation code in preparation for the new Animation System. As one of the primary goals for CoreInventory is to allow modders to create amazing things, we've also been spending time creating a large number of expandable features and examples for modders to dig into. For example, we've done a pass on our Zooming system, generalizing it and exposing a good amount of it to Blueprint to allow modders to easily add a Zoom functionality into any item, weapon, or vehicle seat.

We've also put together a system for UMG full screen overlays, which can be used for dynamic and updating screens (like a more interactive CROWS UI, for example), as well as an easy Post-Process modifier. This is only a very small sample of the things that can be done with CoreInventory.



New Animation System - Progress Update

We've been busy over the December and January period continuing to experiment and refine the new Animation System that we showed off back in November last year. In addition we've begun the process of integration which involves a lot of removal of old code and components, to make way for a lot of new stuff. One being the shift to a split first and third person system that would make a lot more player actions simpler and more elegant. But at the same time we're still able to initiate a true first person style of movement and interaction on certain actions if need be. A lot of this will become clearer the more we begin putting our new system through its paces.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbfRO2svLTw

One system we're excited to see make strides on is Free-Look. What we're testing at the moment relies on a button-press system (other control methods will be looked into later) where once activated, your mouse look will be unslaved from your weapon, and you're free to look around. However you are still limited by how far you can turn your head without moving your entire body. When you exit out of Free-Look, your character will reorient his weapon to where you are looking at. This means you can look for targets, then if you spot something, you can train your weapon onto there really quickly. We're still testing this system out and ironing out the kinks but we hope it'll make it into the final game in one form or another.

We've also worked more on the Climbing System, and are trying to refine the way your character registers obstacles and also checking for different heights. Based on the height of the obstacle, you will perform a different kind of climb or vault action. Naturally the lower the obstacle the faster it will be for you to negotiate it.



Server Queue & Server Browser Improvements

We've begun work on probably the single most requested feature for Squad - a Server Queue!

Currently, Unreal Engine must make a full server join attempt before being rejected due to the server being full, invalid password, or any other possible fail conditions. This actually makes a Server Queue quite difficult, as we don't want players waiting in Queue to be stuck in a loading screen. So, rather than make extensive engine changes to improve this behavior, we are building a system off of Unreal Engine's OnlineBeacon system that will handle a number of pre-connect tasks from the Main Menu, including checking if the server is full, having a valid password, valid game version, and in the future ensuring that the proper mods are installed before making a full connection attempt to the server.

With this system we can also build a First-In First-Out Server Queue! Also, for those of you with Reserved Slots on your favorite server, we'll be sure to put you in front of everyone else :)



Art




British Army Soldier Update

The Soldier models for the new British faction are making steady progress behind the scenes, with the texturing process complete and about to enter rigging for animation and final implementation. The unique helmet profile and liberal use of camouflage netting will help them differentiate themselves from the Americans once they begin to see action in-game.



Stryker ICV

It's a long time coming with this vehicle, and we're just as itching as you are to see this piece of kit in action. We've just finished a texture pass on this bad boy and are preparing the N-Wheel piece of supporting code to give this vehicle the in-game handling and maneuverability it deserves.



Oshkosh M-ATV

One vehicle we've yet to reveal is the M-ATV (MRAP All Terrain Vehicle), set for the American forces. Designed to defend against mine and RPG attacks, this kind of vehicle offers much better protection compared to the more common Humvees. We cant reveal much about its ingame details, but it's an asset that we're excited to put through the pipeline.





Mapping




New Eastern European Map Progress Update

Squad's first urban eastern European map is in full development. Fantastic new environment statics, buildings and set dressing from our Environment Art team is being finished up and the the map is taking on its own distinctive look. The gameplay areas will include multi-story apartment buildings, urban commercial areas, large industrial factories, and so much more!



Gorodok Expansion Update

The update we have all been waiting for, 4k Gorodok and it is awesome! With this expansion comes several new locations including an industrial train station, a small apartment complex, and several small areas that really bring this rural zone to life, not to mention some tweaks to the existing areas we all know and love. With this expansion I would not expect the same map layers as before. Get those engines warmed up because you have a lot more ground to cover soldier!



Yehorivka Update

We're adding a couple more sections to Yehorivka, some spread out residential and some industrial orientated with more complex structures for you and your squaddies to fight in. Please look forward to it!Several updates are coming to Yehorivka that we think you'll like. A large industrial complex has been added, the airport is finally getting a facelift, and several existing areas have been touched up with some new buildings to fight in.





That's been our 2017 so far, and now that the team has rested and are back in the swing of things we have some big plans and are looking forward to a very productive February. Expect lots of new and fun developments coming soon!

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16 de janeiro

Release: Alpha Version 8.11

Reintroducing the "disconnect" and "exit game" buttons for everyone!

  • In the last hotfix the "disconnect" and "exit game" buttons in the main menu were moved to improve compatibility with localization. Unfortunately this introduced an issue on certain screen ratios which has been fixed now
  • Fixed some vehicles not costing any tickets when destroyed on certain map layers

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Squad é um jogo multijogador em primeira pessoa com 50 jogadores contra 50 que tem como objetivo capturar o realismo em combate através da comunicação e equipe, enfatizando tanto as mecânicas de coesão do esquadrão bem como a coordenação, táticas e planejamento em larga escala. Possui grandes mapas abertos, jogabilidade de armas combinadas com veículos e bases construídas por jogadores para criar uma experiência de jogo visceral que mistura o planejamento organizado de vários esquadrões táticos com a tomada de decisões em segundos na vida real.

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    • SO: Windows 7 SP1 (x64)
    • Processador: Intel Core i5-2500K CPU
    • Memória: 4 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Geforce GTX 570 or AMD Radeon HD 7850
    • DirectX: Versão 11
    • Rede: Conexão de internet banda larga
    • Armazenamento: 18 GB de espaço disponível
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    • SO: Windows 7 SP1 (x64), Windows 8 (x64), Windows 10 (x64)
    • Processador: Intel Core i7 4790k CPU
    • Memória: 6 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Geforce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290
    • DirectX: Versão 12
    • Rede: Conexão de internet banda larga
    • Armazenamento: 20 GB de espaço disponível
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