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Loadouts
Tribes: Ascend will feature a freemium payment system where they will pay for loadouts, such as Light, Medium and Heavy. Each loadout specifies what type of armor you have, along with what weapons and items you can carry. Loadouts will only support three weapons; two in-hand weapons and one melee object. Players select which loadouts to bring with them into each match, and can change them when either respawning or at an inventory station. H

Game modes and Maps
Hi-Rez Studios have stated that they are currently testing Capture the Flag, Team Deathmatch and Rabbit game modes. While some maps will retain the classic nature of the Tribes franchise with large open areas and base structures, others will have a more urban feel to them, featuring buildings and streets. Katabatic is one confirmed map for Tribes: Ascend, which originally appeared in Tribes 2.

Mods and Servers
The game will not be launched with any sort of mod or map making features.
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