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News Big Paragon Update Coming Next Month Replaces the Game's Map

News Bot Nov 11, 2016

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    Paragon's big Monolith update will arrive on December 6, developer Epic Games announced on its site today. It's set to make changes to the map, gameplay, and more.

    Monolith is the name of the new map Epic has been working on to replace the current one called Legacy. The replacement is intended to shorten the average length of a match, in addition to making more impactful moments throughout, with a map that is much smaller. You can see a size comparison, concept art, and work-in-progress screenshots of Monolith below.


    Another big change is the removal of Travel mode, which is a way for players to travel faster across the Legacy map. Epic believes it's "bad for combat," a direct result of the Legacy map being "too big."

    "We've always had the goal of creating the most competitive and immersive MOBA out there, and after months of testing our original designs and your feedback, we think Monolith helps us get closer to that goal," Epic wrote.

    The map and its development has been detailed over the past few weeks in several blog posts. They detail things such as the safe lane, mid lane, and art and visual design. You can read more about each aspect through the links provided below.

    Paragon is in its open beta phase and is free-to-play on both PS4 and PC. Additionally, the full roster is free to all players, something that's seen in MOBAs like Dota 2. Epic also promises it won't sell anything that affects gameplay.

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