Smite – Rising Dawn

Smite has been the latest game to receive a much needed patch to address issues.

Rising Dawn has now been released and with it, a new character, the season pass, spectator mode and balance changes.

The latest god to be introduced comes in the form of Khepri, a giant scarab capable of shielding allies and preventing their death with the use of his ultimate ability.

The Season Pass makes its introduction in this patch allowing players to earn fantasy points through purchases, winning games with the associated loading frame and predicting the outcomes of matches.

A long awaited and much requested feature has now been released with Spectator mode. The current beta version allows you to watch in-progress matches involving friends list members and in the future, promises the ability to watch recorded matches.

For a full breakdown of changes, see the official SMITE website.

Have you experienced the Battleground of the Gods yet? Does the introduction of new Characters and a supply of constant changes keep you interested? Let us know in the comments below

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