Hordes.io alpha 18
Alpha 18 - 20.01.2017[edit | edit source]
We're keeping up the pace with another much anticipated feature that will be playing a big part of Hordes.io in the future: Clans! Clans will allow you to team up with your friends and find them on the battlefield! In this update, you can:
New Content[edit | edit source]
Clans[edit | edit source]
Team up[edit | edit source]
- Create a clan with unique Name and Clan Tag
- Have your own clan chat to strategize with your clan members
- See your clan members and other clans tags next to the player's names
- Have your clan members visually stand out with a blue colored hp bar
Once you are level 15 and fulfill all the requirements (... $$$), you will be able to form your very own clan and start inviting people. In the future, it will also be possible to appoint secondary clan managers.
Clan invitations[edit | edit source]
At the moment, only the leader of a clan will be able to invite people to his clan. To invite someone, press the invite button next to the target panel. If a player wants to join a clan, they need to have set a unique character name first.
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Each clan can have a unique name and clan tag. Clan tags will be displayed next to the character names, and your clan members will have a blue colored healthbar, so you can recognize them easily.
Unique character names[edit | edit source]
With the clan update comes a much requested feature: Setting a unique character name. Players have voiced their concerns about player-impersonation. No more of this, we say. From now on you can set your unique character name. Once you have set it, nobody else can set it. People can still create "unregistered" character names, however their names will appear grey in the chat.
Bye impersonators[edit | edit source]
- Be the first to register a unique character name
- Registered unique character names will show up as a darker color in the chat
- You can only create and join clans with a unique character name