The Finals Season 2
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The Finals Gets New Game Mode, Private Matches and More

Embark is releasing a huge content update for The Finals which includes a new 5v5 game mode, new weapons, abilities and the ability to launch private matches. The update launches alongside the game’s Season 2 content which comes with its own progression system too.

The new game mode is called Power Shift. This new 5v5 mode sees two teams of players fighting it out to control a platform in order to score points. Think of Kill of the Hill. The difference here, however, is that the platform tears through the game’s environment as it moves across the stage. Players can swap between various loadouts which include light, medium and heavy equipment during the match to better suit their approach.

Each of these classes also comes with new weapons and abilities now. For example, the medium class gets a new Dematerializer ability that lets players erase walls or ceilings. You can then quickly shoot through the erased wall before the hole closes up again. The Data Reshaper, on the other hand, lets you turn enemy mines into everyday objects such as chairs rendering them useless.

The heavy class gets a new Anti-Gravity Cube that causes everything in it to start floating around. The light class gets a new Getawar deployable portal which lets players teleport from one location to the other. Players and enemies can both use this portal.

The Finals is also getting some exciting Season 2 content which includes a new 93R Burst Rifle machine pistol, FAMAS burst assault rifle and a KS-23 slug shotgun. The theme for Season 2 revolves around the game being hacked by CNS hackers. It adds a new glitchy neon-style city map to the game.

Players can also look forward to Private Matches which will now let them host LAN tournaments and custom tournaments. There’s also a new League System for ranked play.

All this content is coming to The Finals on 14 March for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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