Destruction AllStars is adding online bots

Lucid Games has announced plans to introduce online bots to Destruction AllStars to help combat low player counts outside of peak times.

“We want to ensure that matches are filled to capacity with as many real players as possible, but when missing X amount of players when queuing for a match, AI bots will take the remaining places,” the developer explained. “The exception to this is Blitz, as a competitive mode, Blitz will never feature Bots.”

Lucid also has plans for global parties that will let friends party up and queue for any solo or team modes and an update for playlists.

In addition to the above, the developer will be taking a look at slams, ghost hits, and a balance pass for AllStars and their abilities. No dates for these additions or changes were shared.

Destruction AllStars is available now on PlayStation 5.

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