After four years of early access development, the MMO shooting game Foxhole has added Foxholes. The latest update, deeply rooted, completely reformed the mechanism surrounding the excavation and construction of bunkers in Foxhole. It’s already quite extensive, and players can now make new defensive shapes, add searchlights to the bunkers, large radar facilities, and more customizable sandbag lines, barbed wire and tank traps.
Foxhole is an isometric shooting game in which players can cheer and fight for their wars. Every deep-rooted position must be built, every rifle must be manufactured, every uniform must be delivered to the production line, and every corpse must be controlled by a human player.
But perhaps most importantly, a soldier with a shovel can now dig a suitable Foxhole. Prior to this, the closest thing to proper scratches, ranger tombs, air-raid shelters, or other temporary battle positions was a kind of covered bunker.
Jokes aside, Foxhole is a large and ambitious game with one or two major updates every year. This is a team game dominated by a group of players, and this year’s update seems to really strengthen this by adding more complex defense elements to frontline battles.
You can read the full text Deep-rooted update on Steam.