After our first test event for Call of War 1.5 you shared so much feedback with us, that we decided to withdraw to our bunkers and postpone the next offensive. We analyzed the battlefield and tweaked and improved our equipment for the next battle.
Finally, the time has come to have the community test Call of War 1.5 once again.
What changed? Well, what didn’t change?
We added the unit upgrading feature, vehemently requested by the community after the first test! Check your army bars for the shiny button that says “Upgrade” once your research has progressed. Upgrading existing units will cost additional resources and time, though.
We made major balancing changes covering all aspects of the game, including resource costs, unit stats, resource production and much more. We will share more details on this in a few days. Rest assured, these changes reflect a lot of your feedback!
Another change you will notice is that you are able to produce units of any level in a building again, no matter of the building’s level. However, a building with a higher level will drastically decrease the long production times of high-level units.
Apart from all of this, we made adjustments to the user interface like filtering the province list for urban provinces or adding an “Ordnance” tab to the research & production menu.
We also updated the look of urban provinces to have them stand out more and changed the layout of province names and resource icons to improve the overall game experience. We could keep on going with this list of updates and changes, but we figure it’s best you take a look at it yourself.
The second test event for Call of War 1.5 will start on Friday, February 28th 2020 at 11:00 am CET until Tuesday March 3rd, 2020 at 11:00 am CET. Don’t miss it!
NOTE: Mentioned changes affect event games only.
We are looking forward to your feedback! The Call of War team will keep a close eye on the forums and our Facebook and Twitter channels to answer your questions and gather your feedback.
See you on the battlefield!
Your Bytro Team