Myth II Soulblighter Patch 1.7 Now Available
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 9 comments
Project Magma has announced the release of patch 1.7 for the game Myth II: Soulblighter. The update includes a variety of optimizations, bug fixes, and new features. New additions include support for hi-res quicktime cutscenes, a dialog that locates missing plugins, a resizable overhead map, transferable unit trading if a team captain drops, and a new detail texturing system.
Myth II Version 1.7 is the latest result of the community-based effort to continue the tradition of improving the game. Myth II runs better than ever with accelerated hardware rendering on both Windows XP and Mac OS X platforms, while keeping support for the hardware it was originally designed for. Overall game responsiveness has been improved, and many old causes of crashing and out-of-sync gameplay have been eliminated. Dozens of annoying bugs and oddities have been fixed, making this update the most stable ever - rendering the Myth experience that much more enjoyable.Check out the site below for more information about the latest update.
Project Magma: Myth II Update
Taking full advantage of the new detail texturing system available in Myth II 1.7, Project Magma is proud to present Bungie Map Textures. Bungie Map Textures is an optional add-on plugin featuring detail textures for all the original Myth II solo and multiplayer maps. Experience your favorite levels as never before, in stunning high-fidelity high-resolution 24 bit glory!
With a new patch, a free on-line game server populated by die-hard gamers, and dozens of newly-released mods available for download, there’s still plenty of action left in this classic game. So what are you waiting for? Download the goods and charge into the fray!
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Myth II: Soulblighter
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