We are pleased to announce the release of a new patch of Post Scriptum which adds our new Regroup call feature. This includes a new Radio Operator role along with the ability for Section Leaders to become a temporary spawn.
V.1.0.60 – Changelog
– Added new “Regroup Call” feature: SL can start a regroup call from their T menu which will allow them to become a temporary spawn point for 60 seconds. The SL must be near a radio (antenna icon in top left). The Regroup Call will become inactive if near enemies, the SL goes into an objective, or the SL dies.
– Added new Radioman class that unlocks at 6 section members. This soldier acts as a radio for Commander support and for SL Regroup calls
– Added new optimized terrain shader, ground textures and overhauled the lighting for Heelsum. Should ease GPU
– Added a Camera to the rifleman class (saved into the c:/users/appdata/local/postscriptum)
– Added 9 new layers to Doorwerth
– Added audio feedback (moaning and heartbeat) when bleeding
– Added Polish Brigade faction to Driel
– Fixed missing foley sounds (enter/exit, seat switch and ammo switch) to Stuart tank
– Fixed missing material for tramwagon
– Fixed collision on TNT to stop colliding with vehicles
– Players should not be able to build mortar emplacements in main base
– Further optimization to foliage
NOTE: BE SURE TO CLEAR YOUR USER GAME CACHE FROM THE IN GAME SETTINGS MENU AFTER INSTALLING. LIGHTING / SHADERS WILL BE CORRUPT IF YOU DO NOT CLEAR USER CACHE AFTER INSTALLING PATCH
All Section leaders will now have a “Regroup Call” ability located in the Radial (T) Menu. You must be in radius to a Radio in order to use it. Once activated, you will become a spawn point for your section on a 60s timer. The Radio Regroup will have a 5 minute cooldown after being used. With this we have also introduced the Radio Operator class.
Optimized Terrain Shader
We have introduced some shader, ground texture and lighting changes to the game which should increase GPU performance and improve the overall lighting of Dawn, Day, Dusk & Night layers.
This will allow you to take screenshots that apply an automatic Black & White filter to your photos. You can find these images stored in your C:/Users/Username/Appdata/Local/Postscriptum folder.