Meet Your Maker reveals new info about ice-themed Shattered Peaks update and raiding revamp

Meet Your Maker's Shatter Peak update is bringing new content and raiding upgrades soon.
A character stands on a rock staring at an elaborate base, with the Sector 2 Shattered Peak logo below them
Image: Behaviour Interactive

The base raiding title from Behaviour Interactive, Meet Your Maker, has let players test their patience and pain-inducing tendencies in full force with continued support. Now, in the game’s second major content update, Shattered Peaks, players will be getting new ice-themed armor and blocks and new raiding reworks ahead of the release on Sep. 26.

Behaviour Interactive made the announcements about the future of the title during the game’s latest Community Update Livestream. Everything in this Sector update except the new guard is ice-themed, with the new Custodian, Blocks, and Props all being specifically designed to evoke a cool feeling.

Shattered Peaks content for Meet Your Maker including new Guards, blocks, props, decals, and a new custodian planned for release
Image: Behaviour Interactive

This latest update introduces enough content that players should once again be able to hop into the title and update or create entirely new bases. The new guard looks to be incredibly powerful, but it will likely cost a lot of resources to place inside your base. The new blocks and cosmetic decals will add even more variety to the design options.

There will also be new changes to the raiding system, which Behaviour has dubbed as “Raiding 2.0.” Starting in late October, players will be able to engage with new “Expeditions,” which will let players progress through a map system and give them new benefits as they progress through each base. It’s the developer’s hope this will re-energize players.

Christian Harrison

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